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Mansanori Morikawa's collection was full of urban sartorial pieces.
Jeans were cut on a men's shape to get the ultimate masculine leg, but with an elevated waistband to fit a woman's body.
It was the first collection for the house conceived by creative director Yuni Ahn.
Natalie Ratabesi's first pre-fall collection brought about a more tailored aspect to her impressive namesake label.
A burst of psychedelic color and pattern greeted guests on the way into this show, which drew from designer Humberto Leon's Chinese-Peruvian heritage.
The workwear themed collection added sustenance to the fledgling men's line, plus another chapter in the storytelling.
The Mobilier National served as the perfect backdrop for Vronique Nichanian's modern updates on men's wear classics.
His collection, with its Fox Brothers flannels and cozy knits was handsome and youthful, packed with tone-on-tone looks and loose tailoring.
Layered looks came without the added bulk while the abundance of logos showed no sign of letting up.
The brand's in-house design team was inspired by Scotland, Harris Tweed and the textile designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Robert Cavalli's fall collection was all about ease, and the designer's Tuscan roots, too.
Stphane Ashpool created a poetic collection of textured pieces in soft hues which he presented in his brand new Parisian studio.
The designer looked once again to her Jamaican heritage - and her British upbringing - for this collection that put a fresh spin on sporty and street staples.
Wobbly, disheveled models paraded the pointed and self-assured collection which included a sleek, cowhide jacket with tufts of fur.
Germany and Sweden-based Lazoschmidl, showing for the first time in Paris, left little to the imagination with its Planet Sex collection.
Michael Michalsky's debut collection for the Swiss luxury sportswear brand, which turns 50 this year, is based on archival designs.
Katie Chung was inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Lost Generation this season.
Dilan Lurr's silhouettes hummed with repressed energy, telling the story of creative minds struggling to fit within the corporate world.
The designer fetched a belted suit jacket in pinstripes and refined it for a contemporary audience.
Christophe Lemaire took a tailored turn, hanging onto all of his signature soft edges as he added some structure.