11 Looks From Paris Fashion Week That Make Us Want to Travel
Designers are often inspired by travel. (See our roundup from the recent New York fashion week as evidence of this.) But perhaps the success of new collections is best judged not by the places from which they came, but by the places they make one dream of going. When a dress gets us feeling a need to book a trip to the beaches of Goa, as Chloé’s haute-hippie rainbow one did, it’s onto something, right? In that spirit, here are the looks from Paris Fashion Week that got us going.
Mirrored embroidery like that applied to this folk dress originated in Gujarat, India. Let’s go there!
The French house showed 100 travel-ready looks bound for cities all over the world. The fantasy carrier was called Chanel Airlines. The service? First class.
A dress this colorful and free-spirited would dazzle the beachgoers in Goa, India.
Dries Van Noten
Elegant wing motifs and a 1930s silhouette are a perfect match for Casablanca’s historic Art Deco district.
Lunch in Cote d’Azur, anyone?
Inspired by the designer's travels to Rajasthan, this look could shop bazaars and be happy to come home, too.
Perfect for New Years Eve in Paris.
The side-button collar and royal-yellow color could go most anywhere in Asia. Let's start in Shanghai.
Calling all East London rock-hipsters.
Bandana-rama for the American southwest.
The Africa-themed collection featured Masai-inspired beading, bone-like jewelry, and strong, tribal print motifs.