How Paris Fashion week stood out from New York, London, Milan

Three of the stylish socialite’s best looks the Paris Fashion Week


Mehek Saeed October 06, 2016

LAHORE: Just when you thought you had seen it all in New York, London and Milan, Paris sets out to prove you wrong. This fashion week would be nothing without its well-heeled, chic attendees particularly Olivia Palermo who will have us dreaming for a better wardrobe for months. The Express Tribune picks three of the stylish socialite’s best looks that had us weak in our knees.

Sonia Rykiel S/S 17



The beauty icon attended the show in a pair of flared blue trousers with purple racing stripes and stitching and a patterned knit Burberry jacket with fringe detailing. The outfit was perfectly curated with a purplish-pink lip to match Palermo’s jacket and added the perfect final touch to her look.

Valentino S/S 17



The Valentino show saw Palermo hit it out of the park again, wowing Parisians. She stunned in a chic mustard off-the-shoulder striped sweater and multi-colored lace skirt featuring painted pineapples and flowers. The colorful images were perfectly balanced with the black lace material of the skirt and further highlighted with a thin yellow belt. Her striped heels and maroon and gold chain link purse and chunky gold bracelet were the perfect accessories to go with the stellar look.

Dior S/S 17



Olivia Palermo turned heads and gave meaning to the lives of those stuck in a beauty rut when she wore a cool navy blue lip to Dior’s showcase. She opted for an oxblood pleated skirt with a lace-adorned sheer top and kept her accessories to the minimal. Giving us a master class in styling, the fresh faced beauty tied her hair back and let her lips do the talking.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 7th, 2016.

Like Life & Style on Facebook, follow @ETLifeandStyle on Twitter for the latest in fashion, gossip and entertainment.

COMMENTS

Replying to X

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.

For more information, please see our Comments FAQ

E-Publications

Most Read