backstage #pfw | leonard paris

On the surface, Leonard Paris‘ A/W 2018 collection was an organized mess, in a positive way. Designer Christine Phung replaced the signature romantic flower looks with more discreet and serious sporty outfits. Using bold plain colours – crimson, burgundy, ochre, navy, black and white – and mixing them with flower patterns mostly printed in violet, light blue, and purple colours, she focused on the image of an urban chic-loving woman of our time. Phung presented the public with wearable puffer jackets, quilted coats and bombers made of alpaca and mohair, voluminous parkas, oversized jumpsuits, jersey kimono-inspired robes, patterned silk skirts and suede high boots.

Photography / Mélanie Rey
Words / Isale Noiré


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