Paris Fashion Week: Fashionista's Top 10 Collections

PARIS--Another fashion month over. Though doesn't it seem like it's always fashion week? Anyway, Paris just wrapped and we're still trying to wrap our minds around all the fashion we've taken in over the past nine days. Givenchy had everyone raving, Commes des Garçons had everything thinking, and Stefano Pilati's final collection for YSL had everyone talking. Kenzo and Carven just made us want to go shopping. Now. Here are our top 10 collections from Paris fashion week, in no particular order.
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PARIS--Another fashion month over. Though doesn't it seem like it's always fashion week?

Anyway, Paris just wrapped and we're still trying to get our heads around all the fashion we've taken in over the past nine days. Givenchy had everyone raving, Commes des Garçons had everyone thinking, and Stefano Pilati's final collection for YSL had everyone talking. Kenzo and Carven just made us want to go shopping. Now.

Here are our top 10 collections from Paris fashion week, in no particular order.

Photos: Imaxtree

Alexander McQueen. The future looks bright--both at Alexander McQueen's mind blowing futuristic exploding-silhouettes fall collection (so bright the models had to wear big dark visor shades) and for Sarah Burton, whose talent is remarkable.

Balenciaga. Nicolas Ghesquière's imaginative vision for dressing today's working woman (from VPs to interns to the IT department to corporate spies) had critics a bit torn on some of the clothes but fully in agreement about Ghesquière's ability to create something totally new--as

Stella McCartney. A cobalt delight. Great outerwear, chic fitted knits, slouchy menswear trousers, and sporty fitted dresses with a ruffled hem.