Friday, 28 February 2014

Paris Fashion Week Report

If you're anything like us you've been glued to the style pages for the last four weeks with fashion month. This week Fiorelli HQ have been enjoying Paris Fashion Week and we couldn't help but take notice of some on trend looks in our very own collection.

The Cut Out
We saw this beautiful laser cut cape by Hunger Games dress designer, Tex Saverio in his sumptuous collection of black and gold pieces. Partnered with a bold statement headpiece, we can't help but love this over the top look.

For a more wearable look, the gorgeous geometry cut out is ever so similar to our black and gold Paris tote, stylish and spacious for every day use.

The Neon Pop
The Rochas show had countless oversized pieces from jackets to dresses, in muted colours for A/W 14. Who doesn't love layering on the pieces in the colder months and throwing a vintage coat over the top. The final flourish was an unexpected pop of colour with bright gloves in orange and yellow. 

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We couldn't help but think of our Dixie clutch in our favourite Summer colour: Limeade. The Dixie will take you right through to next year with its bold hue taking centre stage. Why not partner it with a tan jacket or plum dress for an on trend look. 

Leopard Love
At the Carven show, there were some beautiful cartoon inspired pieces alongside bright coats and dresses with a hint of leopard on collars and cuffs. A simple embellishment which makes for a real style statement for Autumn/Winter '14. 

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Leopard print has been a strong theme across our Spring/Summer collections and we love how easy it is to style these up with any outfit from bright jumpsuits to a chic black suit.

Our Harper Mini Grab, Harper Triple Compartment and Perry.
What were your favourite looks from fashion month? Did you have a stand out fashion week? We'd love to know! Leave us a comment here or tweet us on @Fiorelli_Bags.

1 comment:

  1. Hello!
    I found a FIORELLI bag, like this first leopard print bag.
    But I dont know that is it a "real" or replica fiorelli? If I send you a pic., You'll be able to tell me?
    Thank you!