Paris Fashion Week has just one day left, so we catch up ion what you missed: namely, Chanel, Ellery and Kenzo

You can always count on Karl Lagerfeld to come up with a concept so wonderfully creative and timely that everyone will wonder why it wasn't thought of it sooner. For spring/summer '17 the designer set up the Grand Palais as a giant motherboard computer, complete with had tweed-clad models opening the show wearing robot heads and a succession of youth-centric looks, including Chanel caps worn sideways and a covetable robot crossbody bag.

Over at Ellery, the mood was slightly more somber, as the Aussie designer proved that leather accents, frilled embellishments and over-the-knee lace-up boots work just as well for summer as they do winter. Lastly, Kenzo dove into '80s-esque high-shine fabrics (leather included), digital prints and a series of seriously sparkly embellished cocktail dresses. Click through the gallery above for the highlights.

Paris Fashion Week recap: Chanel, Ellery and Kenzo go BIG