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These are the ones to watch at Paris Fashion Week

The farewell tour of the Fashion Week circuit. The Paris collections are often the most highly anticipated, and Fashion Editor Natalie Petrevski shares the ones to watch this PFW season.

Stella McCartney

Our favourite Captain Planet. Forever placing sustainability front and centre across all aspects of her fashion house, Stella McCartney’s SS 20 collection was no different – more than 75 per cent of pieces were crafted using eco materials. This is definitely the right foot forward, and I’m looking forward to McCartney leading the charge for AW 20.

Stella McCartney

Our favourite Captain Planet. Forever placing sustainability front and centre across all aspects of her fashion house, Stella McCartney’s SS 20 collection was no different – more than 75 per cent of pieces were crafted using eco materials. This is definitely the right foot forward, and I’m looking forward to McCartney leading the charge for AW 20.

Miu Miu

Vintage dress-up appeal. Curious pieces artfully adorned with touches of sparkle and embellishment. Miuccia Prada’s Miu Miu collections are true treasure troves – here’s to another season for the fashion house.

Alexander McQueen

Dreamscape. Sarah Burton’s SS 20 show was a celebration of local talent, incredible craftsmanship and impeccable tailoring. Special mention to her use of up-cycled materials and recycled patterns, for a collection of socially-conscious works of art.

Alexander McQueen

Dreamscape. Sarah Burton’s SS 20 show was a celebration of local talent, incredible craftsmanship and impeccable tailoring. Special mention to her use of up-cycled materials and recycled patterns, for a collection of socially-conscious works of art.

Loewe

Ethereal illusions. Because I can never get enough of Jonathan Anderson and his impeccable creations. Last season saw dreamlike aristocratic-inspired looks for SS 20, and we’re ready to ride the wave of wonder for AW 20.

Dries Van Noten

A surprise collaboration with Christian Lacroix? Yes please – we’re ready for bursts of colour, patterns, feathers, textures and statement accessories. Looking forward to the next collection and some new welcome party shirts.

Dries Van Noten

A surprise collaboration with Christian Lacroix? Yes please – we’re ready for bursts of colour, patterns, feathers, textures and statement accessories. Looking forward to the next collection and and some new welcome party shirts.

From top: @stellamccartney; @miumiu; @alexandermcqueen; @loewe; @driesvannoten.