Rachel Zoe’s Favorite Runway Looks: Paris Edition

Pascal Le Segretain

The fall 2014 Paris runway shows have come to a close and it’s been such a maj season. From Balmain’s new take on safari to the ’60s-cool looks at Saint Laurent, there is endless inspiration for our wardrobes. But where to begin? Follow Rachel’s lead and start with these jaw-dropping looks from 10 of her favorite designers and brands.

Giambattista Valli, Look 38

"I’m obsessed with the modern shapes at Giambattista this season – this glam metallic coat is on another level."

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Valentino, Look 8

"The Valentino show was absolutely incredible - I can’t get enough of the patchwork leather and laser-cut mod minis."

Photo: Courtesy of Valentino

Stella McCartney, Look 25

"Stella epitomizes effortless style. This tie-dye sac dress is totally California cool in the most modern way."

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Givenchy, Look 28

"I loved the mixture of animal prints, proportion and sexy sheer fabrics at Givenchy this season. Riccardo is pure genius - I want everything!"

Photo: Courtesy of Givenchy

Isabel Marant, Look 1

"I could see every girl in my office wearing this look. It’s effortlessly glamorous and totally sexy."

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Saint Laurent, Look 41

"I always love a mod ‘60s moment - Hedi’s entire show just blew me away."

Photo: Courtesy of Saint Laurent

Balmain, Look 25

"The mix of textures, patterns and proportions in Olivier’s show was an absolute dream - such a fresh take on safari dressing."

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Balenciaga, Look 21

"Alex’s clothes are always cool and this coated cable knit cocoon coat is perfect for a cold day in the big city."

Photo: Courtesy of Balenciaga

Louis Vuitton, Look 1

"I'm loving the '60s-era, French girl feel that resonates in this collection, yet with a total sense of luxury."

Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Hermes, Look 20

"I'm obsessed with the proportions in this collection and elegant, effortless mix of knitwear, cashmere and leather. So perfect."

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