We take a look at the S/S '18 shows from Maison Margiela, Lanvin, Dries van Noten and Rochas

With a packed schedule of back to back shows, we're coming to the pointy end of Paris Fashion Week. While it will be hard to top that Saint Laurent moment under the Eiffel Tower, for day three it was all in the details. First, John Galliano took travelling in style to new heights with Maison Margiela's in-flight inspired collection. Then Lavin brought back the LBD in a big way, with Oliver Lapidus aiming his first collection for the French Fashion House towards millennials. Dries van Noten showcased flowy hemlines made with contrasting silk scarves, and Rochas introduced oriental undertones with large, opulent silhouettes.

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