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Paris Fashion Week Style Just Keeps Getting hmmm...Weird or better?

The month-long fashion marathon is coming to a close, but not before we have made our way to Paris for the fourth and final leg of the spring/summer 2019 shows. Paris Fashion Week started on a high with Dior's dance-inspired spectacular, and Alessandro Michele put on a show to remember at Gucci with vocals from Jane Birkin, no less. But it is Hedi Slimane's Celine debut that remains the talk of the town.

The Best Street Fashion Week Looks?

On the Parisian pavements, however, it is a more familiar story: prints - leopard, python and even the occasional zebra - continue to reign supreme. So too does the check suit. And where previous fashion weeks have enjoyed warmer weather, the French capital is cooling down, so the layers are starting to pile on. Let the City of Light's finest inspire your style for the season ahead, as seen through the lens of Vogue's street-style photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce.

The Paris Fashion Week spring 2019 street style is all about borrowing from the boys. People wore jumpsuits, tailored suits, blazers, and oversize men's button-downs (which have that rumpled, je ne sais quoi vibe). Adjacent to the rise of menswear is the rise of colorful plaid as a major trend for fall, especially yellow plaid reminiscent of Cher Horowitz in Clueless. Wear it as a pop of color or as a whole outfit.

It's finally cold enough to wear tall boots, so pick a good one! We are all about it. One show goer looked like Ariana Grande in an oversize sweatshirt and slouchy, thigh-high boots. Another boldly took inspiration from Ronald McDonald and wore yellow boots. Primary colors are big this season.

Street-style photographer Paul Jeong is capturing the best street-style looks at Paris Fashion Week. Scroll to see inspiration from Cardi B, Leandra Medine, and Shiona Turini.

Paris Fashion Week Style Just Keeps Getting hmmm...Weird or better. Trust us - There's a human-being somewhere in there...

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