Paris Fashion Week is finally over, but some moments will stick with us. Click through to see who we think created the looks you'll be wanting come September. Photos: IMAXtree
Celine Tati-bag plaids on elegant coats brought Phoebe Philo's high-minded fashion down to earth. We loved the swingy trumpet skirts and the creamy palette.
Dries Van Noten Nobody does masculine-meets-feminine quite as good as Dries. Inspired by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, this collection was just as effortless as their dancing.
Dior Raf Simons continues to surprise and dazzle with his work for Dior. In his second collection for the house, he mined the founder's passion for surrealist art to great effect.
Nina Ricci Designer Peter Copping was inspired by dance this season, and the result was a sexy take on a ballerina's off-duty wardrobe.
Miu Miu A Victorian silhouette mixed with thoroughly modern sporty elements. And polka dots galore. Only Miuccia Prada could come up with this stuff.
Louis Vuitton Lacy slips, sheer playsuits, and silk pajamas suggested that boudoir dressing is poised to hit the street.
Chloe It was all about the coats, but the school girl-inspired pinafores, dresses and handbags were pretty fantastic as well.
Hermes Elegant, tasteful, and luxurious without being ostentatious. We couldn't ask for more from such an iconic and highly-regarded brand as Hermes.
Valentino There was a fairy princess vibe—but a princess out of a Brothers Grimm tale, not Disney. We loved the intricate white collars, and the Flow Blue China printed mohair mini dress.
Haider Ackermann Layered, powerful--and yet supremely elegant--Ackermann is one of the few designers who can walk the line, producing clothes that are both inspiring and yet wearable.