The final day of the catwalk season: Chanel staged a magnificent homage show to Last Year at Marienbad; Nicolas Ghesquière pulls off an agenda-setting collection at Vuitton and A.W.A.K.E. Mode experiments brio.
In a standout moment from this Paris Fashion Week, the Coperni label ended its runway show by unveiling a dress of a whole new kind, literally painted live on Bella Hadid in front of a captivated audience.
Henri Alexander Levy showed his latest collection for Enfants Riches Déprimés in France's top-ranked high school the Lycée Henri IV. And for next season, it very well seems that the kids aren't going to be all right.
A magnificent show by a Northern Irishman; an impressive debut by a UK star; poetic fashion from a Japanese veteran and a homages to an American. Displays by four foreigner designers made Paris seem uber international.
Isabel Marant and Ludovic de Saint Sernin turned up the heat on the Parisian catwalks. On the fourth day of the women's ready-to-wear shows, they showed collections designed for a very hot and sexy summer.
With LFW’s celebratory angle having been on hold due to the death of the Queen in September, the British Fashion Council has now unveiled a “city-wide celebration” that’s set to kick off on 6 October.