Paris Fashion Week: Part Two
I've been an admirer of France ever since my Art Histories studies in college. Studying all of the rich architecture and works of art like "The Thinker", "Mona Lisa" made me so intrigued. Some of my favorite art pieces ever were from French artists like Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne and Eugène Delacroix. The French culture was also so captivating to me. I simply couldn't get enough. I even started to learn a little French until my job and blog got the best of me.
I always knew I wanted my first genuine trip in France be in the romantic city of Paris. I just knew that I would fall in love. The city is so astonishingly gorgeous. You seriously can't find an awful looking street corner or building here. You know that there's a huge fashion presence in Paris (duh), but it's astonishing to see in person. It's tremendously too easy to get inspired by this city. After walking around through the narrow alleyways and exploring in the Champ de Mars area, I had to snap a couple of photos.
I wanted my first day of shooting to be a romantic setting, and frankly, few locations beat this. Of course, being in the area led me to the Eiffel Tower. You can't come here without making a stop to this legendary monument. After enjoying the views I continued to explore the rest of the city. Below you’ll find all of my looks for Paris Fashion Week as well as a few of my favorite spots during my stay. I hope you enjoy my lookbook.
Arc de Triomphe
Paris Fashion Week Recap Video
Dead Vintage Chelsea Boots