In line with a general fashion trend towards minimalism and effortless styling I somehow feel that “French style” is quite trending at the moment. Besides Emmanuelle Alt, editor in chief of French Vogue, I feel that Carine Roitfeld, global fashion director for Harper’s Bazaar, is one of the standout woman, that represent that style. Let’s draw some inspirations from her outfits from couture presentations last week!
Day 1 – Carine Roitfeld style
For the presentations on Monday Carine Roitfeld went for a simple safari style shirt dress and combined it with some leaf printed knee high boots.
Day 2 – Carine Roitfeld style
For the Chanel presentation at day 2 she went for a Chanel skirt suit from the summer 2014 pre-collection. To round it up she went for a pair of sparkling ankle step heels and a Chanel bag worn cross body.
Day 3 – Carine Roitfeld style
For Valentino at day 3 of the couture presentations Carine Roitfeld returned to the leaf printed boots she had worn on day one. However this time she combined them with a black dress and a leo printed coat. The pattern mix is a tough choice. However, the boots as well as the coat share black as a similar background color thus making the combination really fashionable. (OK, outside of a fashion week context I would recommend to make smaller accents like leo scarf and floral belt!)
Do you like Carine Roitfeld’s style? What was you favorite outfit from her during Couture week?