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Sadly another month of fashion has come to an end, with the last shows in Paris wrapping up on Wednesday.  With all the seemingly bad energy in fashion lately with talk of change or need of change, and big houses like Dior and Lanvin designerless, things ended up okay for the most part.  Designers like Dries van Noten (my favorite from Paris, and only on the second day) continued to shine, while designers like Guillaume Henry at Nina Ricci continue to find their way.  My biggest fear at Paris fashion week was the debut of Vetements designer Demna Gvasalia at Balenciaga.  I might be the only one that doesn’t like Vetements, but my biggest surprise from Paris was how much I liked Balenciaga, not all of it, but a lot.  Other designers I can rely on for consistently great fashion, like Stella and Sacai, continued to deliver, while some like Céline were good but a little safe this season.  Jonathan Anderson is really hitting his stride at Loewe, and Karl brought some classic Chanel codes back for fall.  There was so much to love in Paris, but I’m sad to see all the fresh fashion done for now.  Resort 2017 will be here before we know it…eek!

Dries van Noten f/w 2016

Dries van Noten f/w 2016

Chloé f/w 2016

Chloé f/w 2016

Off-White f/w 2016

Off-White f/w 2016

Sacai f/w 2016

Sacai f/w 2016

Isabel Marant f/w 2016

Isabel Marant f/w 2016

Chanel f/w 2016

Chanel f/w 2016

Loewe f/w 2016

Loewe f/w 2016

Nina Ricci f/w 2016

Nina Ricci f/w 2016

Hermés f/w 2016

Hermés f/w 2016

Céline f/w 2016

Céline f/w 2016

Stella McCartney f/w 2016

Stella McCartney f/w 2016

Balenciaga f/w 2016

Balenciaga f/w 2016

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