By  on March 7, 2013

PARIS — Eclectic fashion propositions — from ladylike to grunge — and a heightened luxury quotient left retailers in a positive mood about Paris Fashion Week, which ended its nine-day run Wednesday.

“Targeting a broad range of consumers always bodes well for a strong season ahead,” said Suzanne Timmins, fashion director at Toronto-based Hudson’s Bay Co. “I love the opposing forces seen in Paris this season. We saw a refreshing contrast of supreme elegance —Dior, Dries Van Noten, Rochas — and punky, grungy street style at Saint Laurent and Junya Watanabe.”

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