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InStyle Staff
Sep 29, 2017 @ 4:00 pm

Following a fast-paced ride through New YorkLondon, and Milan, this season’s fashion month train has finally pulled into Paris. And, per usual, our editors are following along 24/7 to bring you the city’s most promising new trends. As the French say, we got you covered! (Okay, they don’t really say that... but we do!) 

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Watch this space all week for up-to-date bulletins on the styles you’re about see everywhere. First up…

BUSTIERS ARE BACK

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The early aughts staple sheds its party girl past for a sophisticated new look.

Click here for more bustier styles from PFW.

FULL TRANSPARENCY

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From gauzy panels to completely see-through separates, the coolest new ways to hint at skin.

Click here for more sheer pieces from PFW.

IN FULL FEATHER

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Following a banner season in Milan, plumage continues to fly high in fashion.

Click here for more looks with feathers from PFW.

THE NEW RAZZLE DAZZLE

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Sequins have a bright shiny future next spring.

Click here for more sequin looks from PFW.

VOLUME UP

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From dramatic pouf skirts to extra pointy shoulders, exaggerated couture shapes are having a moment.

Click here for more full volume looks from PFW.

BLACK AND WHITE

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After a month of pastels and pinks, the perfect palette refresher.

Click here for more black and white looks from PFW.

LEFT BANK CHIC

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Tapestry prints, sequined embellishment, and plenty of fringe bring back ‘70s bohemianism.

Click here for more '70s boho looks from PFW.

Fashion Month may be close to over, but we're not done talking about it! Stay tuned to InStyle.com as our fashion team deep dives into the freshest fashion ideas from the last four weeks—and, for your shopping convenience, breaks down exactly how and where to get the looks now. Who says we have to wait until spring?

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