Paris Fashion Week SS2016 – Leonard Paris

Looking back at the Leonard Paris SS 2016 show I could really see something old – in their chiffon printed fabrics so typical for the label. Something new – the introduction of the softer pastel tones and new industrial type fabrics – a theme throughout Paris this season. Bold coming from the stark lines and Blue is of course a colour that ran throughout most of the show.

10 Favourite looks from the show:

Leonard Paris 1Having started in 1958 I think Leonard can be praised for maintaining something old in their current collection – like staying true to their original principals.

Paris Fashion Week SS2016 The long sheer skirt seems to be a must-have for the coming Summer 2016.

Paris Fashion Week SS2016 Great sporty summer look – love the fact that they have used a model who obviously trains hard!

Paris Fashion Week SS2016The introduction of industrial type fabrics seen throughout Paris Fashion Week – shoes almost seem to be made out of same fabric as outfit.

Paris Fashion Week SS2016Tile anything remains hot – note white sneakers still to be worn with anything during summer.

Paris Fashion Week SS2016The bomber type jacket also popular – note sandals with the slight roman lace theme.

Paris Fashion Week SS2016Shoulder free seems to be seen more and more.

Paris Fashion Week SS2016Matching tops and bottoms despite patterns continues to be a theme.

Paris Fashion Week SS2016 Futuristic shoulder free look.

Paris Fashion Week SS2016 My personal favourite – can imagine wearing this – especially with the matching shoes!

Wishing you all a fab day!

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