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"Paris is always a good idea" - Audrey Hepburn


Paris Catwalk


The Revoir team loves everything about Paris Fashion Week. We love the blend of old and new designers and styles, and we love the high drama of the Paris fashion shows.

This year’s Paris Fashion Week also brought high drama to celebrity news, with the story breaking that Kim Kardashian had been held at gunpoint during her stay in Paris for the event. Talk about suffering for your love of fashion!

In fact, this year, Paris Fashion Week has been full of quirky moments that have signified a shift away from the classic approach towards a newer, cutting-edge feel, as Revoir blogged about last week. Here are a few of our favourite moments!


Makes me feel like dancing

The finale of the Stella McCartney saw models dance down the catwalk, and rightly so. Who doesn’t feel like dancing in Stella? Dance your night away in your own piece of Stella McCartney with a much nicer price tag!


Stella McCartney Cocktail Dress


 Scenery for days

The very Parisian outdoor setting for the Givenchy show was nothing short of jaw-dropping, and the beautiful people were also on point. (We’re looking at you Gigi and Zane.) Create your own jaw-dropping outfit with a beautiful Givenchy addition to your wardrobe. 

Givenchy Dress


Where the wild things are

Animal headwear roared down the John Galliano catwalk on Sunday, and whilst we may not be sporting a bear-hat to the races next month, we do love a bit of animal print! 

Saint Laurent SnakeskinLanvin IntarsiaIsabel Marant (Etoile) Leopard

Shop our animal print collection


Bag it up

We love a big tote as much as the next girl, but the size of the shoulder bags going down the Balenciaga catwalk on Monday were totally next level. Take your pick of these statement bags and strut your own stuff.


Guccissima Tote BagHermes MiraPrada Galleia

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The embrace and kiss between Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler at the end of their catwalk made our hearts sing. Fashion is love, and this was a true display of that.