Hot Spring 2019 Looks from Paris Fashion Week

Another Paris Fashion Week has come and gone, and the world’s top designers have presented their offerings for spring of 2019. We perused collections from Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Alexander McQueen and more to bring you these hot spring 2019 looks from Paris Fashion Week.

Camel and Black

You don’t necessarily need bright colors and fanciful patterns to celebrate the arrival of spring. Neutral standards like camel and black shine just as bright when used in luxe fabrics and stylish silhouettes. These classic pieces are hot spring 2019 looks and will also become staples in your wardrobe for years to come.




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The contrasting trim on these pieces from Chanel adds interest and structure to otherwise soft silhouettes. The softer shoulders and rounded edges on the pockets keep the menswear-inspired designs feminine.




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All of the attention in Hermès’ collection focused on the luxe materials and the impressive workmanship of the pieces. The muted color palette provided a neutral canvas for this artistry.

Fierce Florals

Floral prints are a given for spring, but the florals that appeared on the runway for Paris Fashion Week are not the demure flowers to which you have been accustomed. These floral prints and hot spring 2019 looks are larger in scale, bright in color, and more numerous in variety.

Giambattista Valli



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The large-scale floral of this Giambattista Valli look is pure romance. The moody colors, black lace and tulle accents, and flowing ruffles speak the to the romantic at heart.

Christian Wijnants



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The floral prints from the Christian Wijnants collection appeared in bright colors which were balanced by touches of black. We love how the florals were mixed, sometimes with other florals and sometimes with plaid.

Louis Vuitton



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The traditional chintz-inspired prints in the Louis Vuitton collection were modernized with bright colors. The 90’s silhouette of the separates gives the look a fresh feel as well.

Shades of Yellow

Some trend spotters are naming yellow the new Millenial Pink for 2019. We certainly saw multiple designers making use of varying shades of yellow in their Spring/Summer collections.




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Rochas sent crayon yellow looks down the Paris runway. This bold shade was paired with animal print and feathers to make an even bolder statement. Talk about hot spring 2019 looks!




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Streetwear brand Off-White favored an acid yellow tone in their runway collection. The track and field inspired collection featured pieces that incorporated the look of garments worn by athletes in competition. This acid yellow is a prevent color in sportswear, so it felt very at home in this collection.

Alexander McQueen



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Finally, the Alexander McQueen collection featured opulent pieces that were reminiscent of the Renaissance. This buttery yellow gown is fit for a queen!

Can’t get enough fashion week content or want to see more hot spring 2019 looks? Read our wrap-ups of the Fashion Week shows from Milan, New York, and London!

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Hot Spring 2019 Looks from Paris Fashion Week