From Dries Van Noten milestones to Saint Laurent's '80s raves - we take a look back at the best looks at Paris Fashion Week so far
Our attention now turned to the biggest, starriest schedule of them all: Paris Fashion Week, it was up to Jacquemus, Saint Laurent, Maison Margiela, Lanvin and Dries Van Noten to get this party started. Kicking off with Simon Porte Jacquemus' inventive tailoring and sculptural silhouettes, PFW was then turned into an underground '80s dance party (complete with slouchy boots and thigh-grazing cocktail dresses) at Saint Laurent.
Next up, Maison Margiela played with cutouts, fur and intricately layered pieces while Bouchra Jarrar's second collection for Lanvin took frills, fur and silk satin and twisted and draped them into new shapes for the esteemed French house.
Lastly, at Dries Van Noten, the designer's 100th show was celebrated with a catwalk crammed with beautiful and almost-forgotten faces. Models of previous generations, such as Nadja Auermann, Emma Balfour, Caroline de Maigret, Amber Valletta, Carolyn Murphy, Sasha Pivovarova, Trish Goff, Debra Shaw, and Elise Crombez joined newer faces like Catherine McNeil, Mica Arganaraz and Julia Nobis on the runway. Van Noten also chose to revisit some of his most famous prints - albeit, in new and interesting ways - as a way of referencing this mammoth milestone