The sheer dress in the low afternoon light

It was quiet after the Yiqing Yin spring 2014 couture show. The light had waned – it was nearing 6pm by the time the show had ended – and the Palais De Tokyo felt calm. This show-goer paused briefly under the colonnades where just enough light could reach her beautiful sheer dress and boldly chunky white shoes.

Paris street style after Yiqing Yin

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