How to Recreate the Hottest Looks from Paris Fashion Week

Judy Lee Nov 16, 2022

October 14, 2020


- by Judy Lee

Art and expression in the middle of a pandemic, as in any other circumstance, must be done in good taste. Fashion is no exception; thankfully with social distancing and safety measures well in place, Paris Fashion Week  was a go—and we were able to see some stunning previews of what the next season might hold in trends and styles. 

Rather than disillusioning, the pandemic has sparked new innovation from both tried-and-true as well as up-and-coming designers. To those of us with a hopeful outlook onto 2021, even the comforting presence of of art through fashion can be a ray of light on a seemingly dim world. 

Here are some of the most innovative looks from SS21 Paris Fashion Week, and our everyday-friendly take on standout pieces. 

Louis Vuitton

A sharp suit set in tan neutrals plays with geometric lines, accented by a metallic belt and caustic accessories. 



A classic white tweed jacket with contrasting black accents and bows add the designer's signature touch of feminine elegance and vintage chic.

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Phoebe White Contrast Blazer,



A puff-sleeve blue top that shows off some midriff and ruffled details completes this gorgeous ensemble by this London-based Korean designer. 

Image courtesy of IMAXTREE.

Giambattista Valli

This short-sleeved, cropped white short suit is the perfect flirty play on winter sets. 

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Eden Ivory Lace Collar Blazer,


Paco Rabanne

A classic camel trench coat goes a long way—and this one has a funky PVC belt and sleeves to keep you extra protected from the rain.

Image courtesy of PACO RABANNE.

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Lexor Camel Trench Coat,


Thom Browne

A chunky longline cardigan is a winter must-have—Browne's pure white ensemble featuring the standout knit is a cool ode to first snowfalls and angelic holiday dreams. 

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Jennie Ivory Chunky Cardigan



Crisp tan suited trousers with a matching sweater creates a warm monochromatic feel, perfect for transitioning into fall. 

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Essential Camel Wide Trousers


Rick Owens 

An all-black leather ensemble topped with enigmatic shades and some killer high boots brings a badass Trinity-from-The-Matrix vibe to any look. 

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Althea Paperbag Leather Shorts



A multi-colored jacket in contrasting cool shades brings a pop of color to your gloomy-weather wardrobe.  

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Jules Two-Tone Trench 


Acne Studios

A sheer, gauzy blouse brings back all the nostalgic memories of summer—and makes a perfect layering piece for fall. 

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Cadence Wheat Sheer Blouse



An asymmetrical white blouse puts a fun, fresh twist on a wardrobe classic—matched with charcoal cutoffs, its sharp, striking contrasts will have heads turning. 

Image courtesy of COPERNI.


A sophisticated cropped blazer with a matching pleated skirt is the season's latest take on the ever-trending skirt suit, popularized in the sixties by Jackie Kennedy's iconic Chanel look. 

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