As guests stuff their Bottega Veneta mules away until next season, we round up the greatest Paris Fashion Week street style looks of spring/summer 2020.
Paris Fashion Week’s street style stars are busy pulling together their last camera-ready looks for the final stretch of shows, their suitcases waiting at the door to catch the Eurostar home.
Every season, the industry’s buzziest names descend upon the four fashion capitals of the world to take in the latest sartorial offerings served up but their wardrobes alone are enough to steal our eyes away from the catwalk for a moment or two.
With just a handful of shows left on the itinerary, the front row pack will soon stuff their Arket leathers and Bottega Veneta mules away for another season.
Until then, feast your eyes on the most breathtakingly beautiful looks to have graced the streets during the spring/summer 2020 round of shows.
Buttery beige-on-beige continues to dominate the fashion circuit with the, dare we say it, new ‘it’ hue pounding the pavements this season. Slouchy tailoring decked in the minimal palette? That’s two trends tackled in one fell (rather fashionable) swoop.
Madelynn Furlong was photographed outside of the Paco Rabanne show in a celestial ensemble of fashion dreams giving both the printed tight phenomenon and noughties strappy shoe a well deserved outing.
Tiffany Hsu delivered a super chic lesson in giving those city shorts you bought in bulk over summer an autumn/winter spin with the help of sock boots, a thick knit vest and miniature handbag.
Sunny yellow was everywhere at London Fashion Week from that Molly Goddard tulle frock to Victoria Beckham’s retro spin on the hue. Pernille Teisbaek gave the emerging trend the ultimate Scandi stamp of approval with a leather shirt peeping through a super-slouchy suit.
Another major fashion player inspiring us to dabble in sky blue this season is Caroline Issa who was snapped outside of the Chloé show in an oversized power suit - somehow reaching chic heights courtesy of the polo neck.
Headscarf? Tick. Cowboy boots? Tick. Super-high cross-body bag? Erm, yep. One show-goer arrived at the Dries Van Noten show in the ultimate sartorial recipe for success.
Mismatched shoes, clompy boots and vinyl trench coats reigned the streets this season as the Paris street style set tackled the capital’s disruptive weather in style.
If this photograph evidence of the growing stompy boot trend doesn’t inspire your next autumn shoe purchase then we’re not quite sure what will…
Proving you needn’t throw yourself whole-heartedly into canary yellow just yet, Sarah Ellen opted for a more subtle take on the trend in a feather-trim dress. Match your accessories for extra fashion points.