The usual crisp and minimal cool at this Swedish brand yielded to a granola-crunchy earthiness.
This upbeat, club-infused collection played on illusion and control.
A taste of Sevilla was brought to Paris with Edgardo’s Osorio fete to celebrate Naty Abascal shoe collaboration.
The merger of dual sides of Junya Watanabe’s aesthetic range — street and high concept — resulted in a fantastic collection.
Jun Takahashi’s collection was an ode to jazz, with patterns inspired by notes and instruments or actual record covers.
The designer seized on the Eighties, which has come roaring back in fashion, and he did not edit out the garish bits.
Yoshiyuki Miyamae used a new heat-bonding technique to create geometric patterns on the outfits.
Alessandra Rich dedicated her cleverly chic spring collection to the art of bad taste, naming it “Misstake.”
Here was one of the designer’s most ravishing collections in years, captivating with its drifting silk, trailing ribbons and delicious tropical colors.
Yohji Yamamoto’s spring collection was full of asymmetrical cuts, jackets missing sleeves and even some trends.
Alix Petit’s collection was an unusual cross between flounces of girly romanticism and fluorescent street style with an Eighties feel.
Berlin-based Nobieh Talaei introduced her ethereal cocktail of Persian and Bauhaus inspiration to a Parisian audience this season.