4 Trends From PFW We Can't Wait To Try Immediately

We're feeling blue. Very blue.

Fashion Week ended on a high in Paris this week, with some of the best collections saved for last. There was no shortage of buzz about Louis Vuitton’s first novelty phone case, and we can’t get over some of the styling we saw throughout the week from everyone from cult designers to the biggest names in the industry. While we wait impatiently for some of our favorite designs to drop, here are four trends we can’t wait to wear already. 


We were so excited when Céline’s models hit the runway wearing prints from Yves Klein’s Anthropométrie de l’époque bleue, in his patented shade of International Klein Blue. The exact color is derived from the semi-precious stone lapis lazuli, and we spotted similar shades of electric blue in several other major collections so we’re sure this is set to be spring’s stand-out color. It’s already appeared in the WTG office, with one of our editors rocking ASOS’ striking cashmere sweater earlier this week. 

1) Louis Vuitton (image: Wwd.com) 2) Céline (image: Vogue.com) 3) Maison Margiela (image: Vogue.com)

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100% Cashmere Roll Neck Sweater - $154
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Jaye Cropped Wide Leg Pant - $80
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RULER Flared Heel Peep-Toe Mules - $110
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This look has already made its way into the spotlight – especially since Kendall Jenner was captured sporting the underwear-as-outerwear look over summer – but if we had a penny for every designer who used this style in their collection, well, we might be able to afford Kenzo’s disco boob bralette when it becomes available! In the meantime though, we’re loving the range of retro and lacy looks we saw. 

1) Miu Miu (image: Vogue.com) 2) Kenzo (image: Elle.com) 3) Giambattista Valli (image: Vogue.com)

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One Teaspoon Sport Fox Lace Bralette - $72
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Soft Lace Bralet - €15
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Out From Under Her Lace Halter Bralette - $20
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Slogan tees were one of this year’s biggest trends, and it looks like they’re here to stay. While we are still big fans of the simple, single line of text on a plain tee, we were very excited to see Stella McCartney’s selection of pop-tastic, cartoonish designs, and we even spotted a mashup t shirt among the many looks, too.

1) Stella McCartney (image: Wwd.com) 2) Vanessa Seward (image: Vogue.com) 3) Dior (image: Wwd.com)

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Message Cotton T-Shirt - $26
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Shiny Slogan T-Shirt - $23
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Black Cartoon Print Basic Cotton T-Shirt - $28
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It’s time to raid your dad’s vacation sandal collection, because these bad boys are officially in. We loved seeing Christopher Kane’s crystal-encrusted Crocs back in London, and it looks like ugly shoes were in the zeitgeist when these collections were being created. We know that we’re in the midst of fall and you might not think this trend is practical to start rocking already, but while we’re at it, let’s break the final taboo: socks with sandals, anyone? 

1) Vivienne Westwood (image: Vogue.com) 2) Maison Margiela (image: Vogue.com) 3) Estoban Cartazar (image: Vogue.co.uk)

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Lenon Chiller Sandal - $70
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Teva Original Universal Sandal - $50
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Curve Strap Slingback Sandals - $30
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Cover image: Vogue.com