After years of being written off as too difficult, upcycling gained serious momentum in a season made topsy-turvy by a global pandemic.
When was the last time a fashion show gave you nightmares?
Wear them layered under a cardigan or alone with a pair of jeans.
Everything you need to know to get a leg up on next season.
Frankenstein clothes and glittery face masks seemed made for surviving a scary world, but there were touches of resilient joy in the collection, too.
"I'm trying more to focus not on what we already know are the problems, but what are we doing to solve them?" says Serre.
From teeny-tiny totes to classic leather carryalls, we've edited down the season's offering to our standout styles.
Our top picks from the French capital.
French brands proved there are infinite ways to welcome next season with open arms.
Add your favorite T-shirt or button-down and you're good to go.
The soccer jersey is revamped by Ambush's Yoon Ahn, Koché's Christelle Kocher, MadeMe's Erin Magee and Marine Serre.
Plus, having too much available cash can be good and bad for fashion businesses.
Welcome to dirt prom.
Plus, Marine Serre debuts menswear.
Designers have been experimenting with black lights on the runway and glow-in-the-dark looks this season.
From Pyer Moss's powerful "American, Also" series to Brandon Maxwell's fall imagery starring his grandmother.
The sporty garment just got a high-end makeover.