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Rick Owens Spring 2015

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Paris Fashion Week Spring 2015: From the Runway

Balenciaga Spring 2015 “Couture at the club? Why not.” -Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/ WWD.

Vionnet Spring 2015 “After waiting for the show to start for half an hour in extreme heat, this first look, which evoked a Grecian goddess, floated out and lifted my mood.” -Karla Martinez de Salas. Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/ WWD.

Rochas Spring 2015 “Sporty socks and sequined details add a playful touch to this romantic look.” -Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/ WWD.

Dries van Noten Spring 2015 “Dries Van Noten’s dreamy collection brought to mind a highly sophisticated, multi-ethnic version of normcore.” – Armand Limnander Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Roland Mouret Spring 2015 “Roland Mouret’s take on the bohemian girl does not mean long skirts and flowy dresses—it’s sexy separates.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Barbara Bui Spring 2015 “Orange really is the new black for Spring 2015.” -Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Dominique Maître/ WWD.

Rick Owens Spring 2015 “Living for Rick Owens’s living dead chic.” -Armand Limnander Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/ WWD.

Paco Rabanne Spring 2015Julien Dossena reinvents the classic ski pant—and I couldn’t want it more.” -Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/ WWD.

Nina Ricci Spring 2015 “A sexy, flattering take on the sweater.” -Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/ WWD.

Loewe Spring 2015 “Inspired by the low-key glamour of Ibiza, a new sense of ease at Loewe under Jonathan Anderson.” -Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Dominique Maître/ WWD.

Lanvin Spring 2015 “Alber Elbaz brings a chic, draping version of normcore to Paris.” -Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/ WWD.

Isabel Marant Spring 2015 “Isabel Marant knows the young, cool way to do artisanal.” -Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Dominique Maitre/ WWD.

Dior Spring 2015 “Eighteenth-century French court attire plus the uniforms of pilots and astronauts equaled a collection like I’ve never seen.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Celine Spring 2015 “Artisanal folk prints done in the most minimal modern ways.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Yohji Yamamoto Spring 2015 “Belle Époque women in unraveling knits.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Junya Watanabe Spring 2015 “A poppy, colorful ode to ‘Qui Etes Vous, Polly Magoo?’ at Junya Watanabe.” – Armand Limnander Photo by GIovanni Giannoni/WWD

Giambattista Valli Spring 2015 “Fringe and petals delight for the jet-set girls sitting front row, such as Bianca Brandolini, Noor Fares, and Eugenie Niarchos.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Sacai Spring 2015 “Military couture with an artisan feel added up to a brilliant collection.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Mugler Spring 2015 “David Koma’s first collection for the brand was a success with its use of precise, edgy tailoring.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Kenzo Spring 2015 “Oversized silhouettes and pretty pastels were the key elements in Kenzo’s Spring 2015 collection, which was presented in a skate park.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Maison Rabih Kayrouz Spring 2015 “Tailored and elegant sportswear with a Twist.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Dominique Maitre/WWD

Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2015 “A classic men’s pajama meets the jumpsuit.” – Karla Martinez de Salas Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

Sonia Rykiel Spring 2015 “Parisian insouciance is back in style, thanks to Julie de Libran’s fantastic debut collection for Sonia Rykiel.” – Armand Limnander Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD

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