STREET STYLE

Cintra Wilson Breaks Down Paris Fashion Week Street Style


Cintra Wilson

Author and former New York Times “Critical Shopper” columnist Cintra Wilson takes readers on a “fashion road trip,” across the United States in her new book, “Fear and Clothing: Unbuckling American Style.” With her signature wit and sharp power of observation, Wilson explores not just what your closet says about you, but what it says about your country—whether you live in the Bible Belt or Brooklyn. Here, Wilson looks abroad to Paris for Fashion Week Spring 2016, adding her commentary to photographer Adam Katz Sinding’s standout style photos. Read more.

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“Marriot Hotels and Orvis announce new ‘Outdoor Shower’ collaboration.”

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“Furious nuns protest depravity of Paris Fashion week with shoes designed to achieve maximum distance from ‘contaminated’ sidewalk.”

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“Anarchists with Alzheimer’s finding it increasingly difficult to stay ‘on message’; turn to fashion industry for help.”

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“Furries Awareness Spokeswoman denies Euro-Disney ‘Jamboree Bear’ orgy.”

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“Hundreds of breakdancing rodeo entertainers delight Paris fashion crowd by emerging from tiny Smart Car.”

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“Battlefield-ready solar survival parka can bake potatoes in pockets while protecting meats from freezer-burn.”

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“Sister-wives mourn loss of thoroughbred husband after Ascot gelding tragedy.”

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“Woman raised by ostriches disrupts RODARTE show with spontaneous molting.”

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“Victim of Gay Cruise-ship kidnapping tells of daring escape after being ‘battened down’ by Michelin-rated brunch chef.”

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���Quinceañera cancelled after teen’s cigarette immolates Virgin of Guadalupe.”

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“Fears mount for the safe recovery of stolen spinnakers from Regatta heist.”

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“Pants designed by casino impresario allegedly hypnotize onlookers into feeding wearer small bills.”

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“Tabletop takes to the streets; Wedgwood ‘It Bag’ to feature matching napkin rings.”

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“Female Air Force squadron incites drunken scrum during Paris R&R weekend to celebrate John Galliano comeback.”

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“OCCUPY WOOLRICH MILLS spokesperson announces activist group’s plans to ‘execute plaid’ if demands are not met.”