Some of our personal favorites presented on Thursday, and we thought day three of Paris Fashion Week was a success.
Here's what we couldn't keep our eyes off of:
Guillaume Henry's recent trip to Rajastha, India, where he discovered sepia-colored photos of British colonial settlers set the mood at the Carven show. The sandy and tan tones appear throughout the show. Cutouts and strong shapes were also important to this collection. Henry said, "Carven used to be a haute couture brand, and I like to carry on with that idea of shape, but nobody's going to wear an 18-kilo dress today."
In a mostly white and black collection (and season), Sharon Wauchob's collection stood out with sheer pants, architectural designs and beautiful coats. Just like the black and white, light and heavier pieces kept the show very well balanced.