Day 2 of PFW and it is one of the coldest days in Paris history (Yep, you heard that right.).
First thing in the morning I did for Day 2 of PFW was go to the Roger Vivier presentation. I was excited to start the day off with shoes (Real talk, who doesn’t love shoes?). For the presentation I wore my Self-Portrait polka dot blouse (similar here) with GRLFRND distressed wide leg denim (similar here, here and also here) and threw on this Staud Etianne faux fur coat (similar here and here). Of course I wore some beautiful Roger Vivier pink sling-backs (similar here). More outfit details on my outfit and day are here.
I attended the Dior show during Day 2 of PFW and loved Maria Grazia Chiuri used her collection and the runways to empower women. The collection opened with a knit sweater that read, “C’est Non, Non, Non et Non.” Not only was the collection all about women, but it had 1960s vibes since the runway was built like a protest theme. The style of hats and pants also made it, dare I say, tomboyish which I am loving.I wore head-to-toe Dior to the Dior show and if you’ve been watching the daily vlogs my team and I have been producing, you know go to the showroom and get fitted. This preselected look was from last season’s runway show and I vividly remember seeing it going down the runway. These shoes especially I remember and the low heel makes them so comfortable I could walk a mile in them. I have been seeing a variety of comfortable shoes on the runway and I think it is great because who doesn’t want to wear something they’re comfy in? As I was leaving the venue we happened to stumble across this coffee shop for a photo op. It’s funny how my outfit literally matches the background.
My second show of the day was the Saint Laurent show. It was at night in the Fontaine du Trocadero making it just as glamorous as ever. Whenever I think of a Saint Laurent girl, it is definitely a girl who goes to the after party or after-after party. They’re mysterious, intriguing, and have a laid-back cool vibe. The Fall 2018 collection included black hues but introduced colors with bright florals and sequins. The collection emphasized long legs and ’80s silhouettes (Who remembers shoulder pads?!). But let’s not forget, Saint Laurent included jeweled accessories like belts and earrings with tailored tops and jackets making it an understatedly chic collection as always. For the Saint Laurent show, Anthony Vaccarello wanted his guest at the show to dress casual yet edgy and sexy so I chose this Saint Laurent polka dot mini dress (similar here). Polka dots have been big in fashion for awhile. This dress is flattering with the drapery detail. I remember when Anthony Vaccarello had his own fashion line, he knew how to make a silhouette fit well and this dress does just that by accentuating the waist.
This day was a special day of PFW because it was my best friend, Camila Coelho’s birthday. Literally, this entire day felt like a celebration of women from the Dior show to Saint Laurent all the way to ending the day celebrating Camila’s birthday.