Jacquemus FW19 Ready-to-Wear: a beautiful spectrum of colour

The Jacquemus Fall/Winter 2019 show in Paris definitely impressed us here at Fashion North. From the beautifully vivid colours of the set to the mix of soft and bold shades on the clothes, it was clear that the relatively new designer, Simon Porte Jacquemus, was ready to wow us all with extreme contrasts. The show stayed on-brand by keeping the overall Parisian minimalism like it always has, but this time it had an extra pop with intense colours.

The collection certainly didn’t lack any colour; there were vibrant shades of pink, green, orange, yellow and blue along with softer pastel shades of each colour. The amazing array of colours also matched the realistic and colourful south of France village set.


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The French brand has been noted for chic, easy-to-wear clothes that can fit into anybody’s wardrobe and that is still here for this year’s fall and winter. The mix of neutral tones and brighter colours make the collection appear more wearable for a lot of us. For instance, the collection included a neutral beige, oversized double-breasted blazer dress with a very subtle floral pattern. The blazer dress was paired with a tangerine orange tote-style bag and blue floral cloth earrings; these accessories combined added fresh colour and kept the outfit lively.


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On the other hand, the collection included various head-to-toe neon outfits with a range of different fabrics. One of our favourite brighter outfits that graced the runway was the striking fuchsia pink wide-leg trousers that were paired with a red crop top and a jaw-dropping oversized neon pink trench coat. The outfit was completed with matching fuchsia hoop earrings and pointed pink shoes.


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Overall, Jacquemus’ “La Collectionneuse” consisted of soft flowing silhouettes from dresses, culottes, wide-leg trousers and midi-skirts. The inclusion of shirts, oversized blazers and trench coats also provided more of a workwear style that matches the practical aspect of Jacquemus. The key fabrics used also showed practicality as cotton, wool and leather were frequent.

There will never be a dull moment this winter due to the beautifully bright pieces from this collection. Tweet us your favourite looks from the show to @Fashion_North.



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