Paris Fashion Week SS16: Kenzo
Set design: Yes, the slate and salmon pink archways were pretty and the gradated steps were a plus. But, how great were the models' 'walks'? The steps transformed into moving platforms that glided in sequence down the runway while models lined up in pairs atop — much like a festive parade with floats.
The looks: Panelled prints on dresses. There were sweet skater numbers and cut-out chevron patterned pieces, but our favourite was the plunging tiered boho dress (look 34) with trailing wisps of fabric; a design that's gorgeous and dynamic in movement.
Favourite accessories: Without a doubt, the footwear and bags. Carol Lim and Humberto Leon's creativity knows no bounds — the thigh-high gladiator sandals were a clever mash-up of SS15's fixation with lace-up footwear and FW15's thigh-high boot trend. And the bags: Trust the designers to spin the undesirable money belt into a soon-to-be-coveted accessory. With three geometrical compartments lined up horizontally across the waist when worn, expect this to be a big hit amongst the street style set next season.
Worth the investment: Look 19 in its entirety — or wear them as seperates and inject your own personal style. The long-line blazer functions as both a coat and a dress, and we've already waxed lyrical about the accessories earlier on. Enough said.
Wishlist worthy: The gilded coat with tweed panelling on the sleeves in look 2. Draped over a jumper and ripped denim (or a crisp shirt) it can really do no wrong. Shine on.
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