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Paris Fashion Week FW18 Moodboard

The inspirations directly from the catwalks

Paris Fashion Week FW18 Moodboard  The inspirations directly from the catwalks

Even Paris has said goodbye to the fashion shows.

Valentino, Givenchy, Rick Owens, Dries van Noten and all the other designers showed the world their idea of style, letting themselves be inspired by the past, by art and by society.

Dior brought us back to the protests of '68, others like Giambattista Valli and Valentino have revisited the look of vintage icons, Off-White and Thom Browne have been influenced by the world of painting.

Here are the most interesting inspirations and moods seen in this Parisian week.


Art & Design

Dries van Noten - Jean-Pierre Nadau’s graphism

Off-White -  A.J. Munnings’paintings

Thom Browne – “La reine Marie-Antoinette” by Élisabeth-Louise Vigée Le Brun  

Akris – “Sitting woman in a green blouse” Egon Schiele

Kenzo La Collection Memento No. 3 - "Le Douanier" Henri Rousseau

McCartney- J.H. Lynch’s midcentury portraits

Lanvin- Krista Kim’s works 

Miu Miu - Karlheinz Weinberger “Rebel Youth” 

Rick Owens – Mario Merz “La casa del giardiniere”


An homage to

Balenciaga - Salvation Mountain


Masha Ma - Satoshi Kon Perfect Blue 

Lacoste - Simone Thion de la Chaume

Giambattista Valli - Gabriella Crespi

Valentino – Marisa Berenson

Saint Laurent - “The Russian collection” of Monsieur Saint Laurent

Chloé - Luis Buñuel “The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie”

Dior – 60s young women protesting outside the Dior store 

Alexander McQueen - Goliath beetle

Maison Margiela - Jean Shrimpton photographed by Richard Avedon for Harper’s Bazaar, April 1965