Both playful and lustrous, the fourth day of Paris Fashion Week included attentively refreshing looks from designers Christian Dior, Isabel Marant, Sonia Rykiel and Lanvin.
Christian Dior stayed true to signature looks, featuring a gorgeous ready-to-wear collection. The garments were a combination of classically tailored pieces and soft silhouettes that incorporated colors like champagne, taupe, burgundy, black, rust, navy and rose petal pink.
Isabel Marant channeled cowgirl chic with jeans and suede trousers paired with loose button ups embroidered with desert flowers stitched between piping on the shoulders. Spur-heeled cowboy ankle booties and lace accessories completed the western modernized looks.
Sonia Rykiel featured a variety of ensembles embellished with an air of 70s glam meets modern flapper-girl. The style revival, derived from striped sweaters, marabou coats and fedoras, made the greatest impact hugely in part to the vivacious singing, lip synching, winking and laughing models that trotted down the runway.
Lanvin presented suave and sexy looks complete with perfectly tailored satin blouses and pencil skirts, wispy chiffon gowns and studded cocktail dresses. Sticking to a palette of nude, black and pastel, Lanvin showcased sleek pieces that sufficed as both sassy and swanky.