Balenciaga AW20 at Paris Fashion Week

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Balenciaga AW20

Balenciaga is best known for being a Spanish luxury design house, formed in 1919.

The high profile brand have just released their latest Autumn/Winter 2020 collection at this season of Paris Fashion Week.

The collection is based around the concept of black being a classic and minimalistic colour.

Balenciaga’s latest work also appears to be inspired by religious themes and ideas with the inclusion of maxi skirts and high necked garments.

The exhibition was also injected with pops of colour and the use of various fabrics such as PVC, faux fur and silk.

If you are interested in checking out this collection in more detail, keep on reading!

Colour Clash

We are in love with this look from the Balenciaga AW20 show!

This model is sporting a light blue coloured PVC coat, featuring a faux fur collar – so cute.

It has been styled quirkily with a pair of knee high pink boots and an oversized white handbag.

The eyewear of choice is a pair of blacked out square sunnies, which just scream A-list.

We also love her slicked back hairstyle too!

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Burberry BE4259

Sports Star

We love this quirky look from the show!

This model is wearing a bright blue matching leather two piece, featuring sport inspired stripes all over.

We particularly like the bold Balenciaga branding and the addition of the black shoulder and knee pads – so cool!

Matching Balenciaga boots help to make the look complete, as well as the blacked out slim shades.

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Persol PO2747S (Polarized)

Floral Quilting

This is such a unique look from the Balenciaga Autumn/Winter ’20 catwalk show.

This model is sporting a maxi length quilted coat, featuring a pretty floral print all over.

In terms of accessories, she is wearing black faux leather gloves, matching boots and a pair of bold cat eye specs.

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Vogue VO5235S

Eighties Excellence

We are obsessed with this look!

The model is rocking a floral print midi dress, which features a pleated skirt, long bell sleeves and striking shoulder pads – we love the eighties vibe.

The dress also contains a pussybow style neckline and a matching circle belt, which is very flattering on the figure.

This beautiful piece has been styled up with some beige boots – the corseted fastening is extremely reminiscent of Victorian clothing.

In terms of accessories, a pair of blue tortoiseshell glasses steal the show, as well as the addition of some simple jewelled drop earrings.

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Furla SFU239

Orange is the New Black

This is definitely one of the most simpler looks from the catwalk.

The model is wearing a black turtleneck top, featuring quirky squared shoulder pads – this makes the classic piece so unique!

It has been styled with a grey knee length denim skirt – we absolutely adore the asymmetric panelling and fringed hemline.

Matching faux leather boots, a crocodile printed orange handbag and a pair of statement oval sunnies complete the look well.

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Kate Spade CINDRA/S

If you loved this catwalk style post, be sure to check out this similar post on ‘Anna Sui Autumn/Winter 2020 at New York Fashion Week‘.

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