As home to the headquarters of many top fashion labels, including Céline, Rochas, Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Dior, Givenchy, Chloe, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Hermès and Lanvin, Paris has been ruling the world of fashion for hundreds of years since Anne Boleyn was famous for wearing a French-style hood in the 16th century.
The ability to be flexible and understand changing tastes and trends keeps Paris a magnet for the fashion world. It always has been a designer’s dream to show a collection in Paris. From March 4 to March 11, the grand finale of the big four fashion weeks will take place in the fashion capital of Paris.
Scroll down to see some of the best runway shoes at Paris fashion week fall winter 2015/2016 at Chiko Blog (https://www.chikoshoes.com/blog/):
Dior Fall 2015 collection is about nature and urbanity. Raf Simons explored the inspiration of animal prints, “a new kind of camouflage” as described by the designer “something more liberated, darker, more sexual.”, along with “Wall Street boyfriend jackets” for the urban side of the story, characterized with the confident Manhattan working women cutting a swath in a man’s world. The…Read More
It’s the 125-year anniversary of the house. An exhibition dedicated to Jeanne Lanvin will be opened at Paris’ Palais Galliera this Sunday. For a fashion house with 125 years of history, “What is my story?” the designer, Alber Elbaz, asked himself. “I went back to the place that’s my [birthplace], which is Morocco. I started to… Read More
Givenchy fall winter 2015/2016 collection is inspired by Mexican girl gangs and Victoriana. “Chola Victorian,” the creative director, Riccardo Tisci declared backstage. “She’s the boss of the gang.” Faces decorated with metal jewelry, the models walked down the runway with hair braided into rows on the back and curls around their temples, looking beautiful and fierce, “aggressive aesthetics” as cited in…Read More
Hermès fall winter 2015/2016 collection is about minimalist with modern touch. “It’s about being elegant, but natural and discreet. But it’s about reaching women all over the world, because Hermès is everywhere.” said the new artistic director, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski. The label is associated with and defined by the highest level of impeccable taste and classic luxury with leather goods… Read More
Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2015/2016 collection is casually calm and relaxed, no-fuss but delivered with new feminine charms, fur free as usual. McCartney relates so well to the needs of working women today: giving them clothes that move with them. The graceful ease continues with the shoes on the runway, featuring mid height curved chunky heels and simply designed… Read More
Céline presented fall 2015 collection on International Women’s Day. What a coincidence for the feminist designer in chief of our times! “I feel like I’m always on guard for women not to be sexualized,” Phoebe Philo said at the backstage. “We’ve created quite a practical world at Céline. I wanted to think more about a kind of tattered… Read More
Valentino Fall Winter 2015/2016 collection is inspired by two muses, Emilie Louise Flöge and Celia Birtwell. Both are print artists and designers associated with rich and creative textile. “Women can be multifaceted,” said Chiuri backstage. “They can be muses, they can be artists. And our collections speak about this in a simple way.” The show was started with… Read More
Commercial driven, Saint Laurent fall winter 2015/2016 collection is for the young girls who want to go out for fun in rock-style fashion, wearing black eye makeup and strode out in chained up high heel boots. Short skirt, mini dress, leggings, leather pants and biker jackets, Hedi Slimane, the creative director of Saint Laurent, ticked… Read More
Chanel fashion shows always leave something interesting for the media to talk about, whether it’s a supermarket show, haute couture sneakers, 300 mechanical flowers or fake feminist protests. Chanel fall winter 2015/2016 collection is a love letter to France, “a vision of France from a stranger who thinks France is not that bad.” said Karl Lagerfeld “More French… Read More
Alexander McQueen fall winter 2015/2016 collection is inspired by rose. “I was thinking about the female form, and some pictures David Sims took of roses,” Sarah Burton explained. “There’s such beauty in all stages of the life of a rose. So there’s this sense of a woman, who becomes slightly unraveled as she goes along and… Read More
For Miu Miu fall winter 2015/2016 collection, Miuccia Prada wanted to do something very alive and fun. “Instinct? I like that word,” said Miuccia Prada after her show. “I wanted to put things together in a naive way, not caring, always wrong, with that attitude of instinct. It started with the mutation of ostrich in…Read More
Follow us at Chiko Shoes Blog to see some of the most amazing shoe designs on the runway of Paris fashion week fall winter 2015/2016: