Paris Fashion Week Spring Summer 2019 Runway Shows SS19

October 14, 2018

Do we ever really need a reason to visit Paris? A city that feels so romantic with so much history, art and beauty truly deserves so much attention, but when it comes to fashion week, all eyes fall on the creative designers, runway shows, and streets come alive as all the cool boots and the great interpretation of the trends hit the pavement. This season, I once again was so incredibly fortunate to be able to fly into Paris for a few days to attend some official Paris Fashion Week runway shows of a few great designers who were revealing their Spring/Summer 2019 collections. Here is the round up of the looks.

ANDREW GN
Andrew GN has a love for art and translates the inspiration so fluidly into his designs. In the Spring/Summer 2019 collection, you’ll see black and white dresses with fringe-hems and transitions into colorful florals, fun party dresses and jewel tones. The bohemian dresses and glamorous gowns make you think of posh events and royal parties.

JUNKO SHIMADA
A collection inspired by Woodstock back in August of 1969, Junko Shimada celebrates a jubilation of colors and materials, a whirlwind of joy, a free party, carefree and light. The retro collection has a strong hippie edge. You’ll find fray-hem jeans, florescent madras, or Hickory striped denim, colorful printed paisley, powdery velvet, tiny printed perfecto jackets, suede fringe jackets and plenty of floral prints. Colorful outfits and oversized accessories continue to be popular for 2019.

SHIATZY CHEN
Shiatzy Chen always does such a great job of incorporating Asian art influences into the designs and the Spring/Summer 2019 collection was inspired by a fantasy world. Imagine seeing a world through a kaleidoscopic filter. Much like the magic of Alice in Wonderland, Shiatzy Chen is inspired by this fantasy of people stumbling upon a gate made of mahjong tiles, turning into the jade rabbit, which as lost its way, set off. The dream world slowly clears into a beautiful world and along the path, a pomegranate tree is laden with fruit, an image of blessing. This collection shows that logo accessories and hems, transparent tops and skirts, Some of my favourite looks include transparent skirts, slip dress and sneakers are trends that will continue to carry into the end of 2019.

What are your favourite looks and from which designers above?

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Xo,

Miki

Photo credit to my one and only, Rise Again BJJ

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8 Comments

  • Reply Jessica October 15, 2018 at 9:02 pm

    What a collection, so many amazing clothes out there. My fave has got to be Shiatzy Chen, love the way she incorporates those patterns.
    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

  • Reply Naya October 18, 2018 at 4:52 am

    I must say I have never heard of Shiatzy Chen, but I am in love with pretty much everything I am seeing here! Personally, I would wear most of it. Thank you for the introduction xx

    Naya
    http://www.partyparrotblog.com

    • Reply miki October 29, 2018 at 1:06 pm

      I agree – so beautiful! Thanks so much!

      Xo,
      Miki

  • Reply Sharon Wu October 19, 2018 at 4:33 pm

    Haha I don’t think I need a reason to go to Paris! I would just love to go for the heck of it. It looks like you got to see a really gorgeous collection over there which is a plus. While I’ve never heard of any of these designers, I do like the style of Shiatzy Chen based on the photos you’ve taken! Thanks for sharing Miki xoxo, sharon

    http://www.stylelullaby.com

    • Reply miki October 29, 2018 at 1:08 pm

      I agree – you should definitely go for a visit! 🙂 All olf them are beautiful, right? 🙂 Thanks Sharon. So glad I got to introduce you to some fantastic designers.
      Enjoy your week babe.

      Xo,
      Miki

  • Reply Lovely Amusan October 20, 2018 at 7:06 am

    These designers are new to me and loving all the collection, thanks for sharing and enlightening me with these new names.

    xoxo
    Lovely
    http://www.mynameislovely.com

    • Reply miki October 29, 2018 at 1:07 pm

      You’d wear so many of these pieces so well too. Thanks Lovely! Have a wonderful week!

      Xo,
      Miki

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