Jacquemus' 2017 Fall/Winter Runway Show Is a Lesson In Geometry
A modern interpretation of Parisian-chic.
For Fall/Winter 2017, Jacquemus returns to Paris Fashion Week to present its newest collection. Like last season, designer Simon Porte Jacquemus continued to draw inspiration from the romantic Southern France. “It was about this Parisian girl who wears couture who falls in love with a gypsy in the south of France,” He explains. “She tries to be like a gypsy, but she cannot — she is too couture!”
Playing with simple geometric shapes, the collection features a lineup of effortlessly chic ensembles. Models walked down the pastel pink runway in twisted matador hats inspired by surrealism, and were dressed in beautifully tailored pieces designed predominantly in black, grey and white. Large circle buttons adorn a number of blazers and long winter coats, while polka dots find home on a range of uniquely sculpted tops. Scroll through the gallery above to check out the runway looks.
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