For his fall collection, Pascal Millet took his cue from his vision of the quintessentially Parisian woman.

The silhouettes in general were less breezy than last season, with a more grown-up vibe. Particularly eye-catching were the streamlined styles, such as the gray paneled long-sleeved, A-line dress with asymmetric cutouts. Other standouts were the black jumpsuit with crisscross collar and the dark-gray dress with ruched top and pleated skirt.

Sometimes a cacophony ensued from too much busyness — take the red-and-blue silk patterned dress cinched with a wide brown belt and darker brown jacket, which obscured the designer’s deft hand.

By  on March 2, 2017

For his fall collection, Pascal Millet took his cue from his vision of the quintessentially Parisian woman.

The silhouettes in general were less breezy than last season, with a more grown-up vibe. Particularly eye-catching were the streamlined styles, such as the gray paneled long-sleeved, A-line dress with asymmetric cutouts. Other standouts were the black jumpsuit with crisscross collar and the dark-gray dress with ruched top and pleated skirt.

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