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Hollywood stars crossed borders to support their favourite designers at Paris Fashion Week for the fall collections in a recurring theme of Black and White. In the city of Light, Marion Cotillard at Dior, Nicole Richie in Stella McCartney, and Jessica Chastain at Chanel all wore this classic combination, but in different ways.

From L-R: Marion Cotillard, Nicole Richie, Olivia Palermo and Jessica Chastain

Cotillard was very feminine, dressed in Dior from head to toe, and Richie wore a monochrome dress with white sides. Chastain embodied classic elegance with a cream blouse tucked into her satin pencil skirt and Olivia Palermo was explosive in her dress.
Fashionistas opted for separate elements that are both timeless, chic and very elegant day or night. Although we love the bright colors and bold prints for Spring, it seems that Black and White were perfect tribute to the presentation of fall collections.

From L-R: Ashley Olsen, Kirsten Dunst and Jessica Alba

Credits: Eonline

Paris Fashion Week Fall 2013-14 Color Trends.

Paris Fashion Week closed fashion month with a dark rainbow of colours sprinkled by favourites -orange, red and yellow color palettes that made it all through Fashion month.

Orange. A color favourite for all fashion capitals for fall 2013, orange came courtesy of Andrew Gn, Yohji Yamamoto and Miu Miu in Paris.

From L-R: Andrew Gn, Miu Miu, Yohji Yamamoto, Amaya Arzuaga and Manish Arora

Fuschia. Fuschia popped up in Paris at Balmain, Zuhair Murad and Junya Watanabe after a brief rest in London.

From L-R: Dries Van Noten, Guy Laroche, Balmain, Zuhair Murad and Issey Miyake

Yellow. Another favourite for fall, it was sunny and bright at Miu Miu, Christian Wijnants and Dries Van Noten.

From L-R: Dries Van Noten, Issey Miyake, Manish Arora, Miu Miu and Christian Wijnants

Purple. Elie Saab, Lanvin and Louis Vuitton took to purple's regal tones for inspiration.

From L-R: Elie Saab, Lanvin, Yohji Yamamoto, Andrew Gn and A.F. Vandevorst

Red. A color that has made its mark on fashion month and all capitals, red burned at Christian Dior, Maiyet and Nina Ricci.

From L-R:  Zadig&Voltaire, Giambattista Valli, Christian Dior, Maiyet and Nina Ricci

Pastel Shades. Pastel hues came in mint, lilac and lemon from Mugler, Elie Saab and Vionnet.

From L-R:  Rochas, Carven, Vionnet, Elie Saab and Mugler

Blue. Emmanuel Ungaro, Acne and Mugler brought the dark tones of blue for fall 2013 collections in Paris.

From -R: Emmanuel Ungaro, Acne, Maison Rabih Kayouz, Allude and Roland Mouret

Maroon. Maroon made it on the International runways of Paris courtesy of Chloe, Jean Paul Gaultier and Acne.

From L-R: Chloe, Kenzo, Paule Ka, Jean Paul Gaultier and Acne

Green. Declared as the color of 2013 by Pantone, Manish Arora, Issey Miyake and Christian Wijnants drew inspiration from its natural tones for their fall 2013 collections.

From L-R: Issey Miyake, Christian Wijnants, Celine, Cedric Charlier and Manish Arora

Paris Fashion Week Fall 2013-14

Now, onto Paris Fashion Week, the final leg to the international whirlwind that is Fashion Month and week following, New York, London and Milan.

High Collars. First seen at Milan Fashion Week, the Edwardian era of high collars continued on to the runways of Paris.

From L-R: Miu Miu,  Vionnet, Akris, Giambattista Valli and Andrew Gn

Bare Shoulders. Shoulder baring dresses and tops were the silhouette of choice when it came to international designers.

From L-R: Costume Nationale, Vionnet, Stella McCartney, Valentin Yudashkin and Valentino

Thigh Splits. Whether front or side slits, leg and thigh baring slits were plenty at Paris.

From L-R: Louis Vuitton, Akris, Vionnet, Elie Saab and Emmanuel Ungaro

Stripes. From pinstripes to the big and bold, it was stripes galore on the Parisian runways.

From L-R: Kenzo Maxime Simoens, Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Chanel and Chloe

Baggy Pants. After seasons of legging-size trousers, baggy trousers made a come back at Paris.

From -R: Acne, Vionnet, Louis Vuitton, Issey Miyake and Jean Charles de Castelbajac

Fur. Parisian runways paid to homage to fall's fiercest and biggest trend.

From L-R: Kenzo, Andrew Gn, Maxime Simoens, Valentin Yudashkin and Ungaro

Tunic Dresses. A staple for most fashion houses, tunic dresses remained loose, short and sweet on the runways of Paris.

From L-R:  Vanessa Bruno, Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Valentino and Jay Ahr
Jumpsuits.  Jumpsuits will be the chicest thing to step into for fall 2013-14

From L-R: Kenzo,  Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Paul&Joe, Agnes B, and Elie Saab

Sheer. Fall 2013-14 looks were nude and seductive on the Parisian runways.

From L-R: Akris,  Elie Saab, Valentin Yudashkin, Zuhair Murad and Guy Laroche

Structural. Silhouettes were defined with box shapes and emphasis on the waist and shoulders.

From L-R:  Amaya Arzuaga, Lanvin, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balmain and Christian Dior

Milan Fashion Week Fall 2013-14 Color Trends.

Black, Midnight and shades of Grey at Milan Fashion Week Fall 2013 were highlighted by bright and bold shades with a few pale hues.

Ice Blue. It was cool and calm with ice blue hues at Emporio Armani, Cedric Charlier and Prada.

From L-R: Prada, Blumarine, Giorgio Armani, Luisa Beccaria and Emporio Armani

Gold. Dolce and Gabbana, Prada and Antonio Marras drew inspiration from Gold when it came to fall colour palettes.

From L-R: Antonio Marras, Genny, Prada, Dolce and Gabbana and Laura Biagiotti

Yellow. Maintained its shine on the runways of Versace, Antonio Marras and Robert Musso.

From L-R: Versace, Antonio Marras, Fausto Puglisi, Iceberg and Robert Musso

Orange. Orange came courtesy of Gucci, Kristina T and Jil Sander.

From L-R: Bottega Venetta, Just Cavalli, Jill Sander, Chica Lualdi and Kristina T

Red. Red continued to make its statement on the international runways of Versace, Dolce and Gabbana and Emilio Pucci.

From L-R: Moschino, Bottega Venetta, Etro, Versace and Dolce and Gabbana

Purple. Royal purple took its turn on the runways of Etro, Just Cavalli and Missoni.

From L-R: Gucci, Fendi, Alberta Ferreti, Iceberg and Etro

Blue. Roccobarrocco, Simonetta Ravizza and Emilio Pucci took inspiration from blue for fall 2013.

From L-R: Roccobarocco, Emilio Pucci, Angelo Marani, Just Cavalli and Simonetta Ravizza

Brown. Made its d├ębut at Bally, Anterprima and Krizia.

From L-R: Anteprima, Bally, Laura Biagiotti,  Robert Musso and Krizia

Milan Fashion Week Fall 2013/14

While London designers maybe known for their rebellious nature, at Milan Fashion Week, the Italians proved that they are able to make a big and bold statement with their collections, too. The annual showcase coincided with the country going to the polls to decide on a new leader, after a battle that had largely been fought over financial lines. Although the political future is uncertain, this did not deter Milan designers from putting forth opulent and optimistic collections for fall 2013/14.

High Collars. Collars were high emphasising the Edwardian feel through out the International collections.

From L-R: Francesco Scognamilio, Gucci, Alberta Ferreti, Fendi and Just Cavalli

Tartan. Blame it on Chanel for the pre-fall collection held in the Scottish highlands for more than one Milanese designers paid odes to the Scottish turning the runways into a veritable tribe.

From L-R: Alberta Ferreti, Fausto Puglisi, Antonio Marras, Moschino and Gucci

Colourful Fur. Fur was definitely in the air as designers embraced full on pelts with a vengeance to create wholly new hybrids in colour.

From L-R: DSquared, Just Cavalli, Fendi, Marni and Roberto Cavalli

Monochrome. The classic trend is still going strong for fall.

From L-R: Alberta Ferreti, DSquared, Blumarine, Moschino and Francesco Scognamilio

Stripes. Stripes were holding court when it came to Milan Fashion Week.

From L-R: Iceberg, Prada, Emilio Pucci, MaxMara and Moschino

Slits. Next fall will be about thigh baring with slit slashed dresses, skirts and coats.

From L-R: Etro, Versace, Anthony Vaccarello, Gianfranco Ferre and Emporio Armani

Leather. Candy coloured, supple as cotton, and possessive of an inner steel, leather gave a little edge to the everyday look.

From L-R: Ports 1961, Blumarine, Prada, Versace and DSquared

Evening Glamour. Evening wear was ethereal and embraced the body beautifully with body conscious gowns.

From L-R: Gucci, Alberta Ferreti,Ermanno Scervino ,DSquared and Etro

Off the Shoulder. It’s about wearing that fall off the shoulder with strapless dresses and tops for elegance.

From L-R: Ermanno Scervino, Jil Sanders, Aquilano Rimondi, Genny and Etro

Tunic Dresses. Winter silhouettes will be short and saucy with cute little tunic dresses to make everything better.

From L-R: Roberto Cavalli, Giorgio Armani, Emilio Pucci, Dolce and Gabbana and Moschino

London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2013 Color Trends.

While Mary Katrantzou, Meadham Kirchoff and McQ went for a strictly monochromatic colour palette to focus more on the structure and design of the clothes, other designers offered colourful collections interspersed with the deep and dark tones known for fall.

Mustard. Emilia Wickstead, Maria Grachvogel and Jonathan Saunders took inspiration from the creamy tones of mustard when it came to fall color palettes.

From L-R: Maria Grachvogel, Peter Pilotto, Jonathan Saunders, Emilia Wickstead and L'Wren Scott

Fuschia. The intense tones of fuschia spiced up fall collections from Tom Ford, Duro Olowu and Japer Conran.

From L-R: Moschino Cheap and Chic, Jasper Conran, Tom Ford and Duro Olowu

Teal. Made a splash on the fall runways of Julien McDonald, Whistles and Paskal.

From L-R: Julien McDonald, Emilia Wickstead, Whistles, L'Wren Scott and Paskal

Black. An essential for fall, black acted as a backdrop for silhouettes and designs at PPQ, KTZ and Mary Katrantzou.

From L-R: From L-R: Bernard Chandran, Sass and Bide, PPQ, John Rocha and Felder Felder

Yellow. Yellow maintained its sunny disposition on the runway of London.

From L-R: Julien McDonald, Bernard Chandran, Japer Conran, Sass and Bide and PPQ

Red. It was red hot on the catwalks of Julien McDonald, Mathew Williamson, Clements Ribeiro and House of Holland.

From L-R: Eudon Choi, Alice Palmer, Bernard Chandran and Margaret Howell

Maroon. Maroon made a resounding entrance as one of the colour trends to look out for come fall.

From L-R: Felder Felder, Bella Suavage, Sister by Sibling, Clements Ribeiro and Preen

Burnt Orange. Marques Almeida, Michael Van Der Ham and Richard Nicoll brought burnt orange onto the fall runways of London.

From L-R: Marques Almeida, Zeynep Tosun, Richard Nicoll, Bernard Chandran and Fyodor Golan

The 2013 Academy Awards.

The biggest movies, the biggest stars in the most fashionable of designer dresses on the biggest fashion runway in the world- The Oscars red carpet. And on sunday night, the stars did not disappoint. Amidst the sea of floor length, ball gowns and long trains, these are some of the trends that made it onto the Oscars red carpet.

Metallics. Naomi Watts, Halle Berry and Nicole Kidman cut svelte figures in their metallic embellished gowns.

From L-R: Halle Berry, Renee Zellweger, Naomi Watts and Nicole Kidman

Pale Hues. From Anne Hathaway’s pale pink to Amy Adams’ pale blue, pale hues cast cool tones on the Oscars red carpet.

From L-R: Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, Amanda Seyfried and Amy Adams

Shoulder Baring. Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Zoe Saldana and Olivia Munn opted for floor length shoulder baring gowns.

From L-R: Charlize Theron, Zoe Saldana, Reese Witherspoon and Jessica Chastain

High Slits. Split at the thigh with miles of legs on display, high slit dresses were the frocks of choice for Jennifer Hudson, Naomie Harris and Kelly Rowland.

From L-R: Jennifer Hudson, Kelly Rowland, Naomie Harris and Nancy ODell

A Tuxedo Affair. Movies finest cut dashing figures in their tuxedos.

From L-R: Eddie Redmayne, Jeremy Renner, Daniel Radcliffe and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

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