Paris Fashion Week SS24: the standout moments

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As fashion month come to a close, Paris Fashion Week rounds up proceedings in style with spring/summer collections to die for. Here's the lowdown of what you'll be wearing next season, from the likes of Dior, Chanel, Balmain, Louis Vuitton and more. 

Dior

Marie Griazia Chiui continued to explore the relationship between femininity and feminism with her latest collection, there to help women realize their worth and express their difference. Today's woman is free from the shackles of the patriarchy. She wears sheer slip dresses that look like she's ripped them to shreds. She wears deconstructed white shirts that slip off one shoulder. Pleated skirts that are sheer and far from prim. She wears leather biker jackets and choker necklaces. She is a rebel, and an elegant one at that. Read our full review of the Dior SS24 show here.

Chanel

Gigi Hadid made her one and only appearance at Paris Fashion Week at Chanel this season, and it's easy to see why she wouldn't miss it. Virginie Viard took her cue from Villa Noailles, a 1920s mantion in Hyeres, which has close ties with the house (Chanel supports the October International festival of fashion there) - to present a collection that was a breath of Provencal fresh air. There were tank tops adorned with strawberries, candy-hued checks and stripes, plenty of Breton tops as well as as some colourful floral prints and sheer monochrome pieces. 

Mugler

Rabanne

Chloé

Creative Director Gabriela Hearst continues her exploration into achieving climate success with her SS24 collection. Her past three collections for the Maison have been arranged into chapters, each focusing on a climate solution: regeneration (Autumn-Winter 2022), clean energy (Spring-Summer 2023) and female leadership (Autumn-Winter 2023).

The message is simple: If every person serves the planet and Mother Nature independently, collectively we will be a stronger force for positive change. Sartorially speaking, SS24 is heavily nature-inspired, from the botanical-inspired silhouettes to a focused colour palette representing clarity with bursts of marigold, coral and silver for enlightenment.

Christopher Esber

Schiaparelli

Isabel Marant

Loewe

Issey Miyake

Giambattista Valli

Victoria Beckham

Vivienne Westwood

Hermes

Elie Saab

Alexander McQueen

Balenciaga

Akris

Valentino

Casablanca

Casablanca

Stella McCartney

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Zimmermann

Zimmermann's spring/summer24 collection was all movement, colour and textures, all inspired by the natural world and re-imagined for the modern woman. There were autumnal hues of burnt orange and brown as well as delicate pastels which held the promise of spring. Delicate botanical motifs, cut out flowers, strong silhouettes and ultra-feminine dresses rounded off a collection that we can't wait to wear. 

Louis Vuitton

Nicolas Ghesquière’s spring/summer 2024 collection for Louis Vuitton was a wonderful adventure, set in a ground-breaking new venue and with sustainability at its core. Read our full review of the Louis Vuitton SS24 show here

Saint Laurent

Anthony Vaccarello drew inspiration from Amelia Earhart, Adrienne Bolland for a collection that returned to the foundations of our wardrobes. Pieces were elegant in their simplicity, and looser than previous seasons. Masculine silhouettes and utilitarian styles were re-imagined with a feminine twist in earthy hues of olive and beige. 

Messika

The Maison celebrated its 10th anniversary in the world of high jewellery with another exquisite show. Artistic Director Valerie Messika drew the inspiration for her Midnight Sun collection from the extravagance and freedom of the 70s. Huge yellow diamonds, mesmerising snow-setting and diamond-set clothing made for a hypnotic show.

Marni

Dries Van Noten

Acne Studios