The grand finale of fashion month is here: Paris. After the past few weeks of back-to-back shows, presentations, and events, the fashion crowd has settled in the City of Lights to end the month with some of the biggest contenders in the game including Dior, Celine, Valentino, and Chanel. And outside the venues, the Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 street style is equally as mesmerizing. If you've ever wondered what french girl style is all about, just take a glance at the looks during PFW.
To recap the last few weeks, the street style has ranged from wildly adventurous, to more pared down and timeless. New York Fashion Week started the month off on a bold note, with show-goers sporting loud colors and prints. Next came London Fashion Week, where the crowd toned it down a bit with more minimal, yet luxe pieces, while also dressing practical for the rain. And in Milan, the spring weather allowed for Bermuda shorts and lightweight dresses. But now in Paris, you'll find that on day one, many attendees opted for wearing the pieces of the designers showing. For instance, at Dior, show-goers were shown wearing the house's ready-to-wear and accessories. While at Marine Serre, street style girls arrived to the venue decked out in the label's pieces stamped with its adored moon print. Coperni was another label seen on the streets, mostly in the form of its up-and-coming sculptural bags.
Below, find all the looks that took the streets that define Parisian style. And since Paris is the longest fashion week, you can expect more looks to keep coming in — so don't forget to check back.
Paris Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 Street Style
Lindsay Peoples Wagner in a brown Saks Potts coat and colorful knit dress.
Lauren Caruso wore a vintage beaded dress and Chanel accessories.
Angela Fink shown in a tweed Chanel blazer and burgundy leather pants.
Aleali May matched her blue Chanel belt to her jacket.
A model outside the Miu Miu show in a zebra jacket and sporty sneakers.
Regina Anikiy wore Louis Vuitton's denim monogram check jacket and matching pants.
Brittany Xavier accessorized her Chanel ensemble with a hair clip from the designer.
Alyssa Coscarelli wore a furry bucket hat from Sunnei, a puff-sleeve sweater from The Frankie Shop, and green Rachel Comey pants.
Chrissy Rutherford wore a baby blue jacket from Mariam Al Sibai, Proenza Schouler tie dye top, Wandler bag, and black leather pants.
This attendee sported brown leather bermuda shorts and a matching trench coat.
This show-goer opted for a shiny black puffer coat, green tie dye pants, and Balenciaga sneakers.
Ece Sukan wore a furry bucket hat and coordinating jacket. The rest of her look included a Paco Rabanne bag and straight-leg leather trousers.
Gabriella Karefa-Johnson on her way to the next show in a striped Lacoste polo and checkered pants.
Erika Boldrin opted for a sleek beige coat and incorporated pops of color throughout her look.
Tiffany Reid matched her chic emerald green midi skirt to her purse. She finished the look with a pair of snakeskin boots.
Amina Muaddi wore a bright red ensemble with turquoise booties.
Nausheen Shah paired a two-tone blazer with brown leather trousers.
This attendee sported a playful outfit consisting of multiple hues. And she threw animal print into the mix via her handbag.
Jan-Michael Quammie bundled up in a blue parka and sporty joggers.
Margaret Zhang in a black blazer, pleated olive skirt, and fun neck scarf.
Oumayma El Boumeshouli wore an Eudon Choi trench coat, Peter Do pants, and a Louis Vuitton bag.
Brittany Xavier shown in a Giambattista Valli embroidered jacket outside the designer's show.
Jessica Minkoff opted for a YSL pink zebra bag and matching heels. For her attire, she wore a colorful fuzzy jacket and leather trousers.
Lisa Aiken wore a tiger print coat over a black leather dress.
Evangelie Smyrniotaki stunned in a Paco Rabanne dress coupled with a black blazer.
Barrettes clipped to your ponytail might be the new hair trend, as shown above on Angela Rozas Saiz.
This show-goer went for leather pants and snakeskin boots.
This attendee wore a colorful print in her top and boots. She completed the look with a shiny silver jacket.
Yuwei Zhangzou wearing a checkered knit dress and baby blue puffer coat.
Courtney Trop taking a break in between shows wearing Maison Margiela.
Tiffany Hsu skipped pants and went for a belted coat instead.
Géraldine Boublil showed how to dress up a baseball hat, pairing hers with a chic yellow Lanvin trench coat, Khaite clutch, and heels.
Vanessa Hong in a unique suit and cream jacket draped over her shoulders.
Xenia Adonts faced the rain in a luxe organza trench coat and clear umbrella.
Teen Vogue's Lindsay Peoples Wagner in a fringe sweater from & Other Stories and a Dior clutch.
Yoyo Cao wore a camo jacket, army green turtleneck, and beige straight-leg trousers.
Reese and Molly Blutstein wore Coperni bags to the label's show.
Chloé Harrouche stuck to sleek neutrals in her ensemble, styling a trench over a sleek suit and finishing with Loewe's Balloon bag.
Vogue's Chioma Nnadi decided on an emerald green leather trench coat, red daisy bag, and lug-sole sneakers.
This attendee wore a voluminous, puff-sleeve jacket, baseball cap, and Calvin Klein boots.
Susie Lau looked colorful in a Dior tie dye jumpsuit and matching light pink bag from the designer.
Blanca Miró Scrimieri in a Marine Serre ensemble coupled with funky yellow boots.
Géraldine Boublil in a Dior jacket, Loewe pants, and LEBRAND shoes.
Maria Bernad played with texture, color, and prints by wearing a corduroy jacket, orange jumpsuit, and Miista's cult-favorite snake boots.
This attendee opted for a Marine Serre x Nike top and lightweight black jacket.
Aya Suzuki and Ami Suzuki matched in trench coats and Dr. Martens' Jadon boots. The coordinated looks were weather-appropriate and still so cool.
Caroline Daur pictured in a chic Dior sleeveless leather dress and elevated loafers. The combo was simple, but could easily be layered with a button-down underneath.
Marta Cygan took the streets in a checkered coat and western boots. By keeping her bottom layers basic, the contrasting pieces don't feel overwhelming.
Irene Kim wore a Marine Serre top and dress paired with a polished long coat.