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From Neckties To Canadian Tuxedos, These Street Style Trends Dominated PFW

The newest fall trends you need to know, straight from the fashion capital of the world.

Salut, Paris! Fashion finally returns to the city of lights and lovers, but more importantly, the fashion capital of the world. The monumental month closed off strong in the French city, which housed some of the season’s most-awaited runway presentations. As if the shows weren’t enough to punctuate the past four weeks, showgoers strutted around the streets in ensembles that made a resounding exclamation: fashion is alive and thriving.

Ahead, see the best of Parisian style we spotted before, after, and in between shows—all guaranteed to merit your approving Ooh la la.

Tied Up

Neckties are the quintessential office wear accessory, but it’s clearly earned a newfound purpose as an everyday add-on. But how to convert the tie from corporate to casual? Try it low and loose over a distressed sweater vest, or with breathable, flowy separates for a woke-up-like-this cheat.

Perfect Match

Thank us later: the secret to an unexpectedly sensible pairing is an attentive bag-outfit coordination. We’re not just talking a simple color match, but a wholesome harmony between textures and prints. Take an oversized purse cut from a coat’s black-cream checkerboard leather, or a puffed white clutch that’s bound to the collar by scribbled black lettering. If you’d rather go big than go home, then an enoki mushroom-inspired headdress and tote are the perfect match for you.

Denim Deal

Take it from us, the Canadian tuxedo is forever. In fact, we spotted the winning combination over multiple days in Paris, which proves its universal classic appeal. Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski makes a case for two-toned layers, while influencer and designer Yoyo Cao cheekily shows off a double waist.

Feather Fest

Froufrou for fall? Actually groundbreaking. Delightful to the eyes and soft to the touch, feathers figured on mini shift dresses, oversized cuffs, and even on the piping of a modified cheongsam. If you’re a sartorial risk-taker, then we challenge you to a dare: color your tresses pink to complement your blush frills.


Black may not seem like an obvious festive choice, but when approached unconventionally, it can instigate an optimistic mood befitting the holiday season. The color received a structurally experimental treatment this fall, through layered leather, billowy pleats, and stiff skirts. Dimensional blacks—the wearable art you didn’t know you needed.

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