Gaga At Tom Ford, The Row In A Chateau & More Must-See Moments From Paris
Paris Fashion Week is renowned for its unparalleled glamour—from the collections walking the runways to the venues in which they take place, there is truly something magical about the home stretch of fashion month. (Dare we say, the industry’s way of saving the best for last.) Here, the show-stopping moments that set our hearts aflutter.
With hundreds of thousands of delphiniums adorning the Cour Carrée at the Louvre, the entrance to the Dior show was nothing short of breathtaking.
Sculptural light fixtures were a modern juxtaposition to the field of delicate flowers inside the venue.
Photos: @luisafere & @jeannedamas
The sisters Olsen selected a historic chateau to set the scene for The Row's spring collection. Guests enjoyed a host of French fare while watching diaphanous creation after diaphanous creation descend the gravel courtyard.
Sun-drenched, serene fountains glistened with silver orbs in the Palais Royal for Isabel Marant's spring show.
The fixtures served as a sparkling centerpiece for models, who paraded down the marble in Marant's signature off-duty-cool confections.
Opting out of a live show, the ever-innovative Tom Ford chose to put forth his latest collection in a music-video-meets-fashion-film forum. Set to Lady Gaga's version of the '70s anthem "I Want Your Love," of-the-moment models such as Mica Arganaraz and Lexi Boling (plus Gaga herself) are seen vogue-ing—Soul Train style—down the runway in arguably the most fun and festive Spring 2016 debut.