THEN vs. NOW: TRENDS AT PARIS FASHION WEEK, FALL 2015

We’ve scoped out the best trends of Paris Fashion Week and related them back to various decades throughout history. It has been so interesting to see trends from all different decades come back into today’s fashion industry with their own unique twists!


1920/30'S BOUDOIR vs. FALL 2015

 From left to right: Jean Patou in early 1930s wearing a boudoir inspired gown, and the Vionnet collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.

From left to right: Jean Patou in early 1930s wearing a boudoir inspired gown, and the Vionnet collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.


1930'S BEADED FRINGES vs. FALL 2015

 From left to right: Anita Louise in 1935 wearing a beaded fringed dress, and the Balmain collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.

From left to right: Anita Louise in 1935 wearing a beaded fringed dress, and the Balmain collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.


1940/50’S FUR vs. FALL 2015

 From left to right: Maggy Rouff in 1949 wearing a fur cape, and the Stella McCartney collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.

From left to right: Maggy Rouff in 1949 wearing a fur cape, and the Stella McCartney collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.


1960’S BLACK AND WHITE vs. FALL 2015

 From left to right: Black and white dress featured in the 1960 Look Magazine edition, and the Valentino collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.

From left to right: Black and white dress featured in the 1960 Look Magazine edition, and the Valentino collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.


1960/70’S CAPE COATS vs. FALL 2015

 From left to right: Late 1960s cape coat, and the Chloe collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.

From left to right: Late 1960s cape coat, and the Chloe collection at Paris Fashion Week, Fall 2015.

Sources: Archive.com and Style.com