Feast your eyes on the season's best.
Welcome to our final daily roundup of the season.
There were supermodels, '80s references and bejeweled shower shoes.
From Yeezy Season 3 in New York to Vetements in Paris, the industry has feverishly embraced the too-cool-to-care aesthetic — on the runways and in the street.
Now *this* is street style.
And utilizes that brown LV monogram in ways that made them appealing for the first time in a while.
Complete with fluid jersey dresses, tutus and ballet flats.
Karl Lagerfeld transformed the Grand Palais into a replica of Coco Chanel's own show venue at 31 rue Cambon.
Entitled "La Collection de Paris," the old-school presentation was the first to take place at the French label's new couture house.
Showgoers demonstrated a fondness for the cozy style in a range of color combinations.
A few flouncy gowns never hurt anyone.
Statement neck accessories are everywhere on the Paris runways, except for where off-the-shoulder silhouettes were done to extremes.
At shows like Acne and Nina Ricci, designers put a new spin on staple items.
Riccardo Tisci's latest collection is a far cry from the delicate, serene, black-and-white range he showed in New York last September.
Phoebe Philo offered up the kind of luxe, low-key separates that her loyal customers will want to live in.
A successful translation of a fashion house's heritage by a new designer is a rare and difficult feat, but Gvasalia rose to the occasion.
The lineups at Vetements and Balenciaga consisted of white models exclusively.
Rei Kawakubo was inspired by punk and 18th-century silhouettes for fall 2016.