It's a good thing the models at Kenzo lined up outside after the runway show; otherwise, we wouldn't have been able to get a sustained look at the embellished sweaters, fuzzy bags, or oversized coats. In fact, the post-show photo op was the perfect answer to the question on many showgoers minds. ("What just happened?"). Yes, it really was that good.
The impact, innovation, and colors shown were enough to wake you up from a wine (and cheese) hangover on a bright, cold morning in Paris. Full, short skirts were worn over full, brocade suits. (Try it, we dare you!). Quilted pieces were limitless and seen in blazers, pants, and long coats. Giant peplums were worked into trouser silhouettes. Thin turtlenecks completed the look of tailored jumpsuits. It will certainly be difficult to pick favorites from the bunch, but, so far our hearts are with the chartreuse pieces. (No, wait, the printed pieces. Or maybe the chartreuse pieces?). As for those matrix glasses? Well, if they insist ...
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