Last year, Paris hosted Fashion Week, so it’s not surprising that fashionistas have met in the capital of latest trends. In the spotlight, appreciated and recommended by all designers were unusual prints. This year these prints are still in vogue. So let’s take a look back to inspire a little bit from fashionistas.
The fashion blogger Laura Comolli was the illustration of the best modern street-style illustration, yet sophisticated. That oversize trench coat combined with that bold print of stylized flowers immediately captured the attention of those present at Fendi parade.
With a colorful brocade jacket and spring prints, JJ Martin, one of the most approved fashion editors in Milan, drew every eye. The way she brought to life a common outfit, all-black, with only two vestimentary pieces, a bag and coat, was highly appreciated by designers.
Elisa Nalin, the creative director at the most important brands in France, was in the spotlight at Mugler fashion show in Paris with her colorful and tonic outfit. The statement fashion piece was an unusual coat with cartoon prints, matched with a bold clutch, in the same cheerful tone.
The most spectacular and colorful appearance was the Flemish presenter Tianyi Kiriloff. Her neon yellow coat, with bold print that mimics a peacock’s color, was in the spotlight among fashionistas from Stella Jean fashion show.
With roosters print coating, animal-print shoes and retro-inspired hat, Giovanna Battaglia has assured her appearance in fashion magazines under the heading “Best dressed”.
So, dare to wear these unusual prints as a true fashionista.