The Accessories Edit: Paris Fashion Week Part II
Handbags, brooches, shoes and clutches
Saint Laurent showed us that for Autumn/Winter 14, we should be wearing 60s style knee-high boots with square heels, doll-like shoes with pom-pom tips, and most importantly, lots of glitter.
Stella McCartney has us starry-eyed over her accessories collection complete with star prints on sustainable wooden soles, as well as bags.
Featuring smooth lines and large shiny rivets, the bags shown on the Céline catwalk were perfect to achieve a sophisticated look; while fluffy bright fur, and shiny patent layered leather sandals added a more playful touch.
Dries van Noten
Large flowers appeared on the Dries van Noten runway, which looked as if they were literally growing out of the garments in vibrant hues.
Maison Martin Margiela
These clutches resemble oversized candy - and thanks to their small size and attachable clip, can easily be fastened to an ensemble, so you won't have to worry about losing them.
Usually when we refer to a collection as 'wild' we are referencing its eccentric design; however the John Galliano boots are wild in the truest sense, and will help to achieve the ultimate jungle look.
Out of all the shoe designs presented this season, the rubber boots at Rick Owens were the most kitsch.
Statement bags caught our attention at Kenzo which featured clutch bags emblazoned with the text 'Forever, No?'
Gloves that reminded us of something housewives use to wash the dishes were presented in an array of different hues at Rochas.
Carven showed us charming small bags worn clutched to the chest, enhanced by fluffy accessories on sleeves.