Paris Fashion Week Spring 2015’s Hits and Highlights

W’s fashion market and accessories director shares her favorite moments.

Givenchy Spring 2015

Miu Miu Miuccia Prada closed Paris Fashion Week with a chic bang, reminiscent of The Discreet Charm of The Bourgeoisie. Courtesy of the brand


Celine Kate Bush’s “This Woman’s World” was the hypnotic soundtrack to a fantastic show, complete with surprising pieces that I can’t wait to wear like this amazing cropped pant with an intricate top, or a printed floral dress. Courtesy of the brand


Paco Rabanne Designer Julien Dossena makes me want to go short and sporty. Courtesy of the brand


Chanel It’s always great to see supermodel Gisele come down the runway. Courtesy of the brand


Louis Vuitton Nicolas Ghesquière’s designs for Louis Vuitton are focused—even a simple blazer over a seemingly normal knit dress has its intricacies. Courtesy of the brand


Undercover The Japanese label channeled the many moods of a Harujuku teenager. Courtesy of the brand


Valentino Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli are known for designing great ball gowns and day dresses, but it was this casual pajama suit that stood out most this season. Courtesy of the brand


Dries Van Noten The Belgian bohemian look was so relaxed and peaceful—some editors were brought to tears. Courtesy of the brand


Givenchy Givenchy’s rocker girls had a Spanish twist. Courtesy of the brand


Chloe The perfect travel wardrobe had me dreaming of Mallorca. Courtesy of the brand