The Fashionista team is in Paris, bringing you the best of the collections. Read on for our first-hand reports on the latest from the runways, including Sacai, Saint Laurent, Delfina Delettrez and more.
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It was boho meets military for Sacai’s spring 2015 collection. Creative director Chitose Abe marched out a collection of reinterpreted army and navy motifs, giving them a contemporary fashion flare. An olive green double-breasted blazer got chevrons on the sleeve, while an army dress was decorated with navy lace and ruffles. Billowy, floral print dresses dominated, as did pinstripes on a number of looks, like a long dress with a lace-up top. Abe’s ability to mix contradictions resulted in a beautiful, interesting and well-thought-out collection from the ever-compelling Japanese label. -- Ann Binlot
Sona Rykiel's spring 2015 show was a who's who of celebrity offspring models. Read all about it here.
Jewelry designer Delfina Delettrez's surrealist world is expanding. This season, she worked with platinum for the first time. At her presentation at a gallery in the Marais, the designer displayed her swirling diamond rings on robotic hands that were mounted on mirrored tables. Ever the show woman, Delettrez configured the contraptions as puppets so that guests could make the hands move themselves. "The game is becoming more serious, so I wanted it to have a playful side," she said. This collection was also the first time Delettrez designed an articulated -- i.e. moveable -- ring. "It's fluid and almost organic, in contrast to the robot and cyborg inspiration," she said. Indeed, there was nothing stiff about this new work. -- Lauren Sherman
Hedi Slimane played mix master at Saint Laurent. Click here to read our full review and see all the looks.