To see the entire Jacquemus Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear collection, click here.
Last season, Simon Porte Jacquemus transported us to the South of France with skimpy little dresses, sculptural silhouettes, and giant, Insta-friendly straw hats. For Fall, he was in a Moroccan mood, and channeled the destination with warm, earthy hues, caftan-inspired dresses, and Insta-friendly straw hats. “I often leave for Morocco after a show…This winter, I got lost in the souks once again, with just one thing on my mind: I want to make it my next summer collection. I came back to Paris and made my winter of it: my winter collection. Not wasting anymore time, my warm winter,” read a note from the designer that sat on each of our chairs. Held at the Petit Palais (which, despite its name, is in fact quite grand), the Fall 2018 show certainly felt more summer than winter, but hey, these collections deliver in the summer months, and we’ve been seeing a number of designers ignoring the traditional “Fall/Winter” ideology. Plus, Paris is so cold right now—like, 23-degrees-Fahrenheit cold, so a little sartorial escape was welcomed.