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With a week's worth of high-profile shows, Paris Fashion Week shows the world how luxury fashion is done.


Gaby Aghion, the founder of Chloé, died on Saturday, just one day before the SS15 show and designer Clare Waight Keller’s rendition of the Chloé girl. Models sported a very natural look with fresh skin and flowing hair, whilst the collection itself let the focus rest on the simplicity of the fabrics, with a folklore twist running throughout. 


Glamour was given a sporty touch at Balenciaga. Models in futuristic mirror sunglasses walked down a glass catwalk shrouded in smoke. Long coats, mesh and embellishments all came together in a collection where Alexander Wang proved that he has found his feet as designer at the French fashion house.



Simplicity reigned sovereign at Dior’s SS15 show. Tailoring was kept clean with simple cuts but with a strong attention to textures and detailing such as embroidery, buttons and statement accessories. A true luxury fashion house, if ever there was one.

Jean Paul Gaultier

SS15 marked a milestone for French designer Jean Paul Gaultier as he presented his last ever ready-to-wear collection. The show took the form of a beauty pageant - including an homage to five editors, from Carine Roitfeld to Suzy Menkes, who have supported the designer throughout his career – and finished on model Coco Rocha being crowned Miss Jean Paul Gaultier.

With only one more day to go, the French capital brings the month of Fashion Weeks to a resplendent end. 

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