Chanel, Homer Simpson and Paris Fashion Weeks Most Titillating Looks, Paris Spring/Summer Fashion Week 2022
Running the gamut of the fashion industry’s top models such as Naomi Campbell to the latest and much sought after model, Homer Simpson, Paris Fashion Week has offered us the full spectrum. From cultivated to outrageous, the refreshing, brilliantly colorful options celebrate the creative genius of the world’s most influential designers.
Chanel runway goes old school. Image from the Chanel Spring-Summer 2022 Ready-to-Wear Show. Watch it here.
Homer Simpson models the new Balenciaga collection. Image from the Youtube video.
Marge Simpson is grateful to Balenciaga designer Demna Gvasalia for making it possible to live her dream.
Ombre elegance by Elie Saab, All images Vogue.com unless noted.
Feminine lace by Elie Saab. Watch the runway show here.
Eli Saab, classic silhouettes for everyday.
Schiaparelli by designer Daniel Roseberry.
Schiaparelli. Watch the incredible runway show here.
Iconic Schiaparelli jewelry.
Classic Schiaparelli is all about the surreal.
Bedazzled, embroidered, jewel encrusted jacket, Schiaparelli.
Saint Laurent, slinky, trim evening wear.
Anthony Vaccarello for Saint Laurent with a reference to Paloma Picasso, who tucked her wallet into her trousers.
Comme des Garçons, Japanese fashion label founded and headed by Rei Kawakubo in Paris.
The Comme des Garçons brand offers an alternative for the fashion avant-garde.
Coral is one of Andrew Gn’s most popular motifs and it’s obvious why.
Power shoulders and an accented waist. Andrew Gn.
Tailored trouser suit. Andrew Gn. Watch the magnificent runway show here.
When your business is fashion, here’s just the ensemble…silk blouse and ruched mini accessorized with coral jewelry . Andrew Gn.
Rochas bold printed ball gown.
Flaming leather thigh high boots are rock-star ready. By 24 year old Charles de Vilmorin for Rochas.
The pleated assemblage surrounding the model creates a fabric “aura.” Rochas. View the entire collection here.
Lanvin. Menswear long coat with knit collar and cuffs paired with textured crop pants, blending sportswear and tailored influences, by designer Bruno Sialelli.
Lanvin floral bouffant skirt.
Men’s iridescent top and full trousers. Lanvin.
Superstar model Naomi Campbell walks the Lanvin runway. Watch the entire show here.
Star spangled purse at Lanvin.
It’s time to disco! Purple platforms by Lanvin.
Glowing eye make-up and luscious wine stained lips at Lanvin.
Sweet patchwork ruffled mini by Coperni.
The same patchwork crafted into menswear. Coperni. Watch the runway show here.
The “Naked Look” by Coperni. Barely there mesh top and long skirt referencing cargo pants.
The “Naked Look” is also available for men. An open work tuxedo by Coperni.
Fabulous, exceptional hoodie with a suggestion of Native American artistry. Note the bright flame is over the heart. Menswear by Givenchy. Watch the masterful runway show here.
The tailored peplum goes outerwear with a shearling lining, by Matthew Williams, designer for Givenchy.
Arctic white anorak with bold, nature inspired pants, menswear, Givenchy.
Shimmering green tiered gown, Valentino.
Sparkling red sequin open gown by Valentino.
Stunning purple formal gown by Valentino, by designer Pierpaolo Piccioli. Watch the runway show here.
Chic and sustainable. Repurposed fabrics by Rave Review.
Overalls, carpenter style long gown. Accessories might include a ruler, hammer and level. Rave Review.
Rave Review designers Livia Schück and Josephine Bergqvist fabricate secondhand and deadstock fabrics into retro and funky silhouettes.
Oversized jacket, Louis Vuitton by Nicolas Ghesquière. To see the stunning details, watch the runway show here.
Chandelier shaped silver skirt, Louis Vuitton.
Swimwear by Chanel.
Cropped suit in luxurious fabrics create an elegant yet casual silhouette. By Chanel designer Virginie Viard, who reinterpreted the 80’s vibe for this Spring/Summer 2022 collection.
Who wouldn’t want to dress like a Monarch butterfly? Watch the entire Chanel runway show here.
Evoking the French navy’s Breton striped sailor shirt that Coco Chanel incorporated into her 1917 nautical collection, Virginie Viard builds on the design history of the brand. By adding opulent pearl studded sleeves, the designer creates a new language of luxury; not just for Chanel, but for all of us who follow the world of international fashion.