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Céline Fall Winter 2018 Lookbook

homepage-march6-winter18Phoebe Philo has left the building and Hedi Slimane has yet to enter at Céline, but the shipments must go on. The fall collection was a What Would Phoebe Do special designed by her team, which broke down into highly commercial pieces that could have been left over from last spring. An ivory knit dress was gathered into bunches fastened with what looked like big bangles in ribbed white resin and gold. Scarf dresses with abstract prints were draped and tied into loose knots around the body, forming a pretty schmatta silhouette. A burgundy leather coat had a weird cape top and there were witchy-chic boots and versions of earthy-glam jewelry that’s in Céline stores now. Philo’s devotees have one more season to get her look, but she took her fairy dust with her.

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Bella Hadid Poses For Alexandre Vauthier Fall 2018 Lookbook

Bella Hadid stuns in Alexandre Vauthier‘s Fall Winter 2018 ready-to-wear lookbook. Bella has become Alexandre Vauthier’s muse. After striding down his haute couture runway, he managed to tap her for these ready-to-wear images. The collection echoed some of Vauthier’s couture offerings from January with a color palette of ruby red, violet, and English green. The 80’s inspired looks included crystal-buttoned blazers, glittery fabrics, denim, animal-stripe sequined numbers, and metallic stiletto boots. Check out the images below.

Louis Vuitton Fall Winter 2018 PFW

Louis Vuitton chose the spectacular setting of the Louvre Museum for its Fall-Winter 2018 runway show by Nicolas Ghesquière. Closing the Paris Fashion Week with a melange of versatile and youthful looks. The main focus of the collection was on the separates featuring huge array of skirts, slim line pants, statement tops and light dresses. It was well-balanced mixture of past, present and future. Classic silhouettes from centuries ago, like lace-up waist corsets or the flared coats.

The front row was seated by Emma Stone, Michelle Williams, Isabelle Huppert and Sienna Miller. See all the looks from Louis Vuitton Fall Winter 2018 below.

Miu Miu Fall Winter 2018 PFW

Miuccia Prada presented Miu Miu’s Fall Winter 2018 collection – full of big coats, fuzzy sweaters, and acid-washed jeans. Actress Elle Fanning, who starred in the brand’s latest ad campaign, made her runway debut by opening and closing the show. She was joined by model pals Kaia Gerber, Georgia May Jagger, Adwoa Aboah and more. The models strode down the runway wearing ’80s-influenced silhouettes.

“What I feel like I’m doing that’s different from the past is thinking fashion is not just my own fantasy, but discussing it and making it available to other people,” Prada said after the show.  See all the runway looks below.

Chanel Fall Winter 2018 PFW

For Chanel’s Fall Winter 2018 show, Karl Lagerfeld transformed the Grand Palais into a forest, with moss-covered trees and fallen leaves, housed under a towering archway of clear glass and steel. Within this decor, the black-and-white palette is warmed up by an array of reds, russets, moss and pine green, brown and foliage prints.

The collection’s main focus was on coats and suits. Models paraded through piles of leaves in an astounding total of 80 fall-ready looks that varied from Chanel’s classic tweed to fur coats, black lace gowns and oversized scarves. Standing out against the dark and moody fall backdrop were the colorful lineup of fingerless gloves. See the full collection below.

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Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2018 PFW

Stella McCartney’s Fall Winter 2018 collection, presented at the Opéra Garnier in Paris, featured an edgy take on suits, with waistcoasts revealing a bare back, layered shorts over trousers cut from the same cloth, and linings worn as sleeves.

“The inside of things sometimes has a more sensual relationship with the wearer,” McCartney said of the looks, adding she had mixed pieces from men and women’s wardrobes.

“The linings have so much character to them, you never seen them and they’re always so incredible,” the designer, who partly trained with a Savile Row tailor, added.

Looks for next winter included knitwear, such as a chunky striped poncho with layers of different yarns, and dresses in stretchy velour etched with prints from 20th century British artist J.H. Lynch, known for his paintings of sultry women.

 Check out all the runway looks below.

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