As much as we love runway shows, we are glad Paris Fashion Week is nearly over. We are almost running out of steam, so we can't imagine what it's like to cover it as closely as some websites do.
Anyway, here are the shows that made us forget about being tired at night:
Valentino presented peeks of skins in several ways, but what they all had in common was that they were conservative. Sometimes clothing shows off skin in the most impractical ways because undergarments will only end up being seen. But this was still sexy and much easier to wear. Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccoli were inspired by Roman Arturo Ghergo, a photographer who took pictures of both wealthy women and women on the streets. All the pieces were full of glamour, but casual or dressed up enough so that it suited any type of woman.
There was a casual vibe at the Agnès B show. Tennis shoes, flat oxfords and a flirty side helped give the collection a youthful lean. It hit all points--going from easy shift dresses to pretty, silk skirts.