Swarovski: Swarovski creative director Nathalie Colin referenced both the art world and tribal craftsmanship for her Tribal Glam collection.
Pierre Hardy: Pierre Hardy reworked the cube pattern into this intricately abstract graphic pattern.
Yazbukey: Designer Yaz Kurhan took a cheeky look at how packaging affects the consumer with her jewelry, bags and home decor that referenced items like detergent, toothpaste and hair-care products.
Nicholas Kirkwood: Looking to the bright side in more ways than one (his brand was recently acquired by LVMH), Nicholas Kirkwood showed a cheerful line for spring.
Chanel milliner Maison Michel adorned a summer classic, the straw boater, with lace and pearls.
Etnia Barcelona: Etnia Barcelona celebrated Yves Klein with an eyewear collection worked in that famous blue hue — all presented over breakfast at fashion hot spot Colette.
Walter Steiger: Walter Steiger gave his dramatic sandal its own bracelet to add a little shine for evening.
Delvaux: The Belgium luxury goods brand looked to Miami’s tropical scenery for its spring palette, hence this turquoise and coral bag.
Charlotte Olympia: Naming her latest wittily themed collection Overboard, Charlotte Olympia featured all things nautical.
Hervé Van der Straeten: Placing Swarovski crystals beneath folded metal shapes, Hervé Van der Straeten called this graphic jewelry collection Origami.
Alexandre Birman: Brazilian cobbler Alexandre Birman adorned these sexy luxe sandals with suede feathers.
Myriam Schaefer: Simply chic, these cognac-colored totes were standouts in Myriam Schaefer’s luxurious collection.
Ligia Dias Colliers: Known for her fresh take on pearls, Ligia Dias looked to the French seaside meal of moules frites, casting jewelry from mussel shells and French fries.
Longchamp: Spring at Longchamp included these lively feather-printed canvas totes.
Marie-Hélène de Taillac: Using lapis lazuli, Marie-Hélène de Taillac created this exquisite shell collar.
Rupert Sanderson: Looking to Seventies interior design, Rupert Sanderson turned out a gorgeous mix of colors on these suede mules.
Robert Clergerie’s vision of white for spring was a crackled patent leather used on sandals, oxfords and boots.
Christian Louboutin: Laser cutouts looked intriguing on Christian Louboutin’s lace-up pump.
Cesare Paciotti: Creative director Marco Calcinaro used the dagger, the brand’s symbol, to create a dramatic detail on the back of these sophisticated Cesare Paciotti pumps.
Eddie Borgo: Woman power and well-known radical/militant female activists such as Patty Hearst and Jane Fonda inspired Eddie Borgo’s latest collection.
Sophia Webster: Basing her collection on the butterfly, Sophia Webster’s shoes, shown here, resemble a wing.
Heaven Tanudiredja: This sculptural jewelry line features a female form on a necklace, giving the appearance that the body is wrapped around the wearer.
Francesco Russo: After leaving Sergio Rossi, designer Francesco Russo is back with a namesake lineup of refined luxe shoes and boots.
Irene Neuwirth: With her first solo Paris presentation, Irene Neuwirth featured a carved group of jewelry in addition to her famous lavish opal pieces.
Pollini by Nicholas Kirkwood: Nicholas Kirkwood’s cheerful color-blocked loafer-style flats for Pollini point in the right direction for spring.
Vianel: New small leather goods company Vianel is aiming to deliver simple luxury via these handsome cardholders.
Tabitha Simmons: This pale-pink perforated lace-up bootie by Tabitha Simmons looks super sweet for spring.
Aurélie Bidermann: This new fine jewelry collection plays upon nature themes, as in this bejeweled elephant necklace.