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Street Style, Paris: Ulyana Sergeenko, Anya Ziourova and Vika Gazinskaya champion Russian style outside the shows

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Street Style Paris Fashion Week Spring 2014

Photography by Guilhem Malissen

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Our latest batch of Paris Fashion Week street style photos is tres magnifique! From prints, greys, black and white and oversized coats, we see it all as this crowd shows you fall’s trends in chic form.

Caroline Issa thrills in a print heavy number with crisscrossing layers in varying textures and a red lip. We fell in love with Vika Gazinskaya‘s on-trend oversized flamingo printed coat, the perfect focal point to a chic look. Designer and fellow Russian street style royalty Ulyana Sergeenko shared her penchant for a retro vibe with a black and white ensemble accented with a purple turban. Chic points to the pajama shirt that’s tucked into her skirt. Stylist Elisa Nalin is in a leaf printed pair of pants that dare we say look like our beloved maple leaf.

The love of monochromatic pairings seems to still be a favourite at Paris Fashion Week, see the red on red jumpsuit and shoes ensemble and the grey on grey skirt and sweater combo. With the imminent dip in temperatures more boots and knits popped up in this batch of photos though traces of summer linger in cropped tops, sheer blouses and skin baring cut outs.

On Friday it seemed a little too early to say Paris Fashion Week goers were the best yet, but after today’s batch, it’s evident that Paris is definitely vying for Spring 2014’s street style best!

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  • Anna

    horrible outfits

  • D Goncalves

    The cut it seams lovely but color weren´t very wel thought. Mixing 3 diferent patern witout having one guide color, normaly turn out bad. I realy would like to see the same dress but with a diferent selection of paterns. The texture of each fabric seamed to work fine. Change the colors…create a new palete and you have a lovely dress.

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