Paris is traditionally the home of some of the well established and historic fashion houses with a particular emphasis on luxury. Labels like Louis Vuitton and Hermes are known for their luxury accessories with the underlying theme of quality. But this year fashion in Paris also seemed to have a very wearable and practical side to it. There was also a much greater emphasis on day wear by many of the designers.
At Hermes - the classic parka style jacket gets a luxury make over with crocodile skin and fur trim.
At Roland Mouret - day time wear with just as much charm and appeal as his very popular evening wear that is usually the staple of the collection.
At Elie Saab - a strong emphasis on day wear with forties silhouettes and the classic sheath style dress.
At Miu Miu - a collection with that typical Parisian 'je ne sais quoi'. Very wearable and classic clothes in neutral colours with a luxury dimension of fur trims.
pictures from http://www.style.com/
It is probably a very good idea to concentrate on buying well made quality items that are timeless and will last for many seasons to come. I love this handcrafted leather 'saddlebag' handbag from Munique Fashions.