plenty to love in paris

It was a busy weekend for Paris Fashion Week. Alber Elbaz celebrated 10 years at Lanvin with an exuberant collection filled with sleek, chic dresses with sculpted peplums and ruffles, big jewels, and watercolor prints. Over at Givenchy, Ricardo Tisci explored the dark, sensual equestrian motifs that have been dominating the collections this season. His impeccable tailoring, gorgeous slip dresses, and to-die-for accessories offered a new twist on the trend.

In between, there was plenty to love in Paris:

1/ Pretty prints, pastels and dresses that looked embossed with a deer print at Roland Mouret.

2/ Carved fur coats at Viktor & Rolf.

3/ Cartoonish volume and proportions at Comme des Garcons.

4/ Graffiti prints at Jean Paul Gaultier.

5/ Sporty minimalism at Celine.

Photos: WWD

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