What better way to celebrate a season of personality-driven fashion than with the biggest and brightest personalities of Paris Fashion Week? With their innate sense for California cool, the sisters of Haim gave the idea of front row dressing a brand-new beat—which, incidentally, was right in step with the neo-bohemian vibe that came through on the runways. Decked out in the season’s sophisticated hippie looks, they joined a spirited crew of models on the streets of Paris. The fashion anthem of choice? Shania Twain’s sassy 1997 hit “That Don’t Impress Me Much,” a song that’s both a rally cry for female empowerment (sorry, boys, try harder!) and uncompromising personal style.
Watch?Haim Take on the Best Looks from the Paris Spring 2019 Collections: