The Best Street Style From Paris Fashion Week Spring 2019
Welcome to Paris Fashion Week, where the runways are big (Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton), but the street style might be even bigger. That's because as the last stop in the fashion month cycle, Paris is where you can expect to see the major trendsetters from every city finally come together to walk the Marais and grab a glass of wine or two between shows. It may be a cliché, but "we'll always have Paris," is the mantra of the fashion industry at large. And the best street style from Paris Fashion Week is like the city itself: sophisticated, but with a bit of mystery. What from far away may seem like a simple ensemble, is dotted with intrigue up close thanks to impeccable tailoring, daring layering, and of course, great accessories.
What also sets Paris apart is that it's the first fashion week that lands fully in fall. With the equinox passing toward the final days of Milan, the first hints of chilly weather have finally arrived, and along with it, fashion that's more tailored — but still plenty colorful. Expect to see the chicest new boots, structured suiting, and cool-weather styling of summer's floatier dresses. And traditionally, fall also marks the move into more subdued jewel-tones, but this year, neon is still everywhere. Clearly, there's no color too bold to wear in the days to come.
Below, find a collection of the best street style shots from Paris Fashion Week, updated daily, so you never miss an outfit. Whether you're in need of some shopping inspiration, or you're just looking to apply some new styling tricks to the pieces you already own, there's no doubt you'll be inspired by the looks on the cobbled streets of Paris. Read on for le créme de le créme.
Christine Centenera does a sophisticated spin on tie-dye.
3 model-approved takes on fall dressing outside of the shows.
A lesson in cool print-mixing from Jan Quammie.
Rhinestone details make Sarah Harris' sweater a standout choice.
Caroline de Maigret opted for a tonal outfit outside the shows.
Erica Boldrin layered a crisp blazer over a summery dress.
Net-a-Porter's Lisa Aiken tucked a crisp white jumpsuit into black bucket boots.
Sami Miro in a reconstructed menswear suit, with a Chanel bag.
Veronika Heilbrunner in Gucci's jewel-encrusted sneakers.
Olivia Palermo in beige and orange at Paris Fashion Week.
Vogue Australia's fashion director Christine Centenera in a black blazer.
Yasmin Sewell in a polka dot print dress by Ashely Williams.
Model Georgia Fowler sports a relaxed white suit in Paris.
Nikki Ogunnaike and Shiona Turini walking between shows.
Chrissy Ford of Harper's Bazaar in an updated trench dress on the streets of Paris.
Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour in cool zebra print during the first day of Paris Fashion Week.
Eva Chen, Instagram's head of fashion partnerships, wears cozy knits and plaid during Paris Fashion Week.
Style blogger Maria Bernad wearing Jacquemus at Paris Fashion Week.
Journalist Sabina Socol carries a Jacquemus bag in Paris.
Outside of Christian Dior at Paris Fashion Week.
Models Imaan Hammam and Cindy Bruna in blazers and ankle boots during Paris Fashion Week.
Aimee Song in tones of blue at Paris Fashion Week.
Jeanne Damas outside of the Christian Dior show at Paris Fashion Week.
Chiara and Valentina Ferragni outside Jacquemus at Paris Fashion Week.
Net-a-Porter's Lisa Aiken wears an Acne top at Paris Fashion Week.
Tie-dye, a Telfar bag, and Balenciaga sneakers make for a cool combination.
Athleisure details balance out the ladylike quality of a silk dress.
A plaid blazer and denim is an effortlessly cool combination.
Refinery29's Allyssa Coscarelli carries a Fendi bag in Paris.
Jan Quammie's Prada bag is a must-have for Fall.
Snakeskin and a pop of yellow are two cool trends to try in the months ahead.
Cool coordination on the streets of Paris.