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With Milan, London and New York fashion weeks ended and Paris Fashion Week in full spring all fashion lovers and icons alike have headed to Paris for the incredible experience of what the designers have to offer. It’s hard to narrow down a favourite during fashion week, with Paris’s list being very, very envious from Balmain, Balenciaga to Rick Owens. Digital Fashion Platform decided to revisit one of our favourite designers Christine Phung & some of our new favourites and see what their twist on Spring Summer fashion had to offer.
Christine Phung is making her way through the fashion circuit like no other, with her Spring Summer collection turning heads. The garments worked from all white ensembles with vibrant splashes of orange and pale grey sporty cuts that made the pieces ready for summer. Christine Phung explained that the collection is a “story of a woman riding her bike on a volcano in Italy” on her invitation to guests. With orange painted brows and circular wooden sunglasses the models were definitely prepared to jump onto a bike and brave a volcano, check out the collection below.
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Nothing like a fashion show that ends in jumping and having a merry time in fashionable attire, this is what Jacquemus brought to Paris fashion week. Founded in 2010 this french fashion label is created by Simon Porte Jacquemus and definitely made a splash at this Paris Fashion Week with striking stripes and feminine dresses that oozes spring summer. Simon says “My creations seem simple, but if you try and wear them, you’ll see that they have a little more depth and that they aren’t that easy to stylize.” (as seen in Oxford Student) Designing for the iconic french girl, this label gave fashion lovers a typical vacation in France, check out the cool chic designs below.
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Again Devastee’s designers managed to keep in touch with their original roots of designers, referencing their love for monochrome chic and quirky macabre references. This collection stuck to black and white with very feminine relaxed silhouettes, that were patterned with their favourite tombstone print which makes them so unique. Designers Ophelie Klere and Francois Alary paired the outfits with wet look hair, rouge lips and slight cat eyed sunglasses giving a chic essence to the collection. Devastee are changing up their designs for the better and it shows in this Spring Summer collection, check it out below.
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It’s amazing to see all the spring summer fashion come to life in the eyes of emerging designers and each year they grow stronger and stronger. Here’s a recap of their social media below to watch them all on their incredible journeys.