The season’s must-have accessories, new trends, innovative designs and timeless pieces: Everything you need to know in one place. This is your ultimate guide to all things accessories from Paris Fashion Week fall 2017. Click through the gallery for more >>
Boots were the most prominent styles for fall, including some accessorized with a pearled buckle, while velvet, suede and stars played into the after-dark theme.
Aquazzura Fall 2017 Collection >>
Aquazzura founder Edgardo Osorio presented an impressive, opulent collection for fall. “I looked at the Silk Road, the trade between east and west, of spices, textiles,” he explained. “I have also been to Turkey several times in the past months, so I also find a lot of references there.”
Francesco Russo Fall 2017 Collection >>
A minimalist at heart, Francesco Russo’s obsession lies in finding new lines.
Bruno Frisoni tapped interior design references from striped wallpaper to Ottoman embroideries in a collection full of contrasts.
Highlights From Cesare Paciotti’s Fall Presentation in Paris >>
Fur-lined sandals are having a bit of a moment, it seems.
Moynat New Collection for Fall 2017 >>
Highlights from the collection included fresh spins on the house’s best-selling Rejane bag: two hand-painted watercolor prints in regular and pixelated camouflage, as well as new versions of the cubic Mini Vanity bag in perforated and studded versions, which were a nod to the decoration on an Art Deco trunk from 1925.
Christian Louboutin’s Latest Collaborations for Fall 2017 >>
Christian Louboutin showcased his latest collaborations of the season, presenting pieces for Novis, Tome and Palmer Harding.
English new wave and the French electro scene of the Eighties inspired Nicholas Kirkwood’s fall collection.
Hermès tapped into the customizing trend in accessories, offering a variety of interchangeable straps to go with its Bolide 1923 handbags.
Emmanuel Tomasini Presented New Collection at Paris Fashion Week >>
Emmanuel Tomasini’s mini bucket bags were shaped like pineapples, “But this time, I did it in a disco way,” he explained.
Olgana Introduces Boots for Fall >>
“I recently introduced boots to the collection,” said Olgana creative director Olga Djangirov at her Paris showroom. “More and more, my customers kept asking for casual shoes, so we [added] feminine touches like French button details.”
For the second time, Pierre Hardy presented his Atelier line of his most sophisticated and experimental styles during Paris Fashion Week.
Inspired by a trip to the desert, Lydia Courteille’s Sahara line featured organic forms shaped around Australian opals in a range of blues.
Robert Clergerie Fall 2017 Collection >>
While continuing the brand’s tradition of designing shoes inspired by architecture, Robert Clergerie’s creative director Roland Mouret introduced new styles for fall.
Eddie Borgo’s New Collection for Fall 2017 >>
“This collection is our reinterpretation of jewelry collected during the holidays all over the world,” said Eddie Borgo at his Paris Fashion Week presentation. “My friends have been bringing back local handcrafted jewelry from their travels.”