FINAL PARIS FASHION WEEK SS20 STREETSTYLE HAS THE CITY OF LIGHTS FLEXING ITS BEST FITS
After an eventful week full of fashion’s biggest labels showcasing their upcoming seasonal garbs, the final day of Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020 is upon us. The week long festivity included jaw-dropping collaborative unveilings such as Dior’s teamup with Daniel Arsham and luxury luggage company RIMOWA, while 1017 ALYX 9SM SS20 debuted more Nike footwear silhouettes.
Turning our attention to the streets, the final day saw the Paris Fashion Week attendees flaunting their best fits. Graphic button up shirts add a playful touch to the summer season as does tie-die, seen on the likes of A$AP Rocky. Elsewhere Miguel flaunted his perfectly tailored red suit paired with a simple white undershirt underneath. Finally models sporting a canvas Jil Sander shit after the show was a clear coveted item. Check out the new photos above and updated story below.
We are well in the midst of Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020. Even after a packed runway-filled day that included shows from Vetements, Dries Van Noten and Virgil Abloh’s latest creations for Louis Vuitton, that didn’t stop the fashion lovers from coming out to show off their best looks.
Just like the previous days, bold color and prints shone brightly both on and off the catwalks, while streetwear favorites Acne Studios, Burberry and LV remained in the spotlight. Check out the new photos above and updated story below.
Following London and Pitti Uomo, Fashion Week festivities have made their way over to France’s capital of Paris. Welcoming in the Spring/Summer 2020 season, the city’s dazzling cobble-stoned streets and ornate architecture have become the latest runway for local fashion lovers and industry creatives to share some of the limelight alongside the celebrated designers showing during the week.
The first two days saw the City of Light’s stylish denizens coming out in full force to celebrate the new seasonal lines dressed in street-influenced leisure wear paired with high-end luxury accessories and some of the most-coveted sneakers such the Nike x UNDERCOVER Daybreaks. Dior‘s Hajime Sorayama-designed saddlebag and Off-White™‘s Industrial Belt were also prominently on display.
Elsewhere streetwear favorite brands Heron Preston and Alexander Wang took centerstage along with their more luxe Louis Vuitton and Chanel counterparts. Jewelry was also used in full force seeing outfits complemented with Cartier Juste un Clous diamond bracelets and iced out chains.
Paris Fashion Week wouldn’t be complete without all the industry’s movers-and-shakers coming out to show their support for their peers. Jerry Lorenzo was spotted in his usual casual outfit, while Takashi Murakami rolled up with stylist and Cherry Fukuoka Creative Director Takeshi “Cherry” Ishida. Studio Hagel founder Mathieu Hagelaars, 1017 ALYX 9SM‘s Matthew Williams, Kevin Poon, Aleali May, Xu Meen and Poggy were also in attendance.