Captured by Parisian Lookbooker Larissa May, the street style scene at Paris Fashion Week was filled with tastes of the orient. Dark, edgy and sensual – with accents of lace and rabbit fur – the presence of Asian influences (particularly Japan, China and India) were clear. Silhouettes were long, lean and black, with elegant touches hinting of exotic magic from faraway places, from china dolls and gold cuffs to rock crystal prints and creepers. We couldn’t take our eyes off of Japanese Vogue editor Anna Dello Russo's fantastical dress, nor the ridiculously kawaii milk carton and heart-shaped reptile skin bags being toted around by a just as adorable looking duo!
German editor and buyer Christian Koch outside Chanel.
Precious Chanel china dolls outside the show.
British stylist Phanji Punch outside Chloe wearing simple separates and a statement bag.
New York stylist Rebecca Alaniz outside Dior in a futuristic school girl look.
There's few things sexier than peek-a-boo lace under back-bearing overalls.
Always one for theatrical dress, Anna Dello Russo (creative consultant and editor-at-large for Vogue Japan) turns heads in a stunning oriental-inspired gown outside Dior.
Fashion students outside Chloe sporting a minimal kawaii look.
Brazilian blogger and founder of Lala Rudge outside Dior.
Italian fashion blogger Agnieszka pairs a worn-in denim jacket over a graphic dress for a street artist look.