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5 Trends from Paris Fashion Week That Should Be on Your Radar

Straight from the fashion capital of the world.
5 Trends from Paris Fashion Week That Should Be on Your Radar
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Straight from the fashion capital of the world.

The last stop for this fashion month is none other than Paris! To clue us into what's en vogue this coming spring, we spotted five wearable trends you should already be keeping tabs on. See below what's hot from the Parisian designer shows!

1. Bustier

The early aughts reminds us of the sultry silhouette bustiers can offer. But far from the party-ready ways the '00s gave us, we're all set to upgrade it to a more elegant iteration. The once skimpy tops become sculpted pieces that provide another chance for you to wear and layer lingerie-inspired clothes.

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Christian Dior

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Saint Laurent

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Olivier Theyskens

2. Sequins

The memo is loud and clear for Spring 2018—shimmer and shine with sequins. The sparkly look is no longer just for evening affairs. No need for jewels at this point; the more sequin-embellished your clothes are, the better! Now, you're ready to ace your OOTDs with your sparkly outfit and Kira Kira app!

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Paco Rabanne

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Dries Van Noten

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Valentino

3. Volume

Exaggerated shapes reigned on the runway as dramatic ruffles and pointy shoulders took center stage this season. No need for fancy details. Dramatic pouf is enough to make you stand out.

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Saint Laurent

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Balmain

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Nina Ricci

4. Shorts

Shorts are given a revamp for spring. Bike, Bermuda, dress shorts or pedal pushers—whatever you want to call them—are all making a comeback to show your legs in a more refined and polished way.

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Saint Laurent

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Louis Vuitton

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Off-White

5. Fringe

No one can make fringe look high fashion better than Parisian designers. Go all out and let the stringy details create movement and fluidity in your every step.

Chanel

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Paco Rabanne

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Balmain

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