Marc Jacobs presented his last show for Louis Vuitton with the spring-summer season. In mostly black, the collection focused on embellished jackets and dresses with dark feathers, jet beads and embroidered rosettes. Elaborate headpieces gave the models a gothic showgirl look.
Zadig et Voltaire offered its signature rock and roll empowerment for the spring-summer season. Hard elements like leather and metallic details were softened with fringe and lace.
Christophe Lemaire delivered luxe ease for Hermès’ spring collection with an outing of sophisticated basics ranging from menswear inspired shirts to leather jackets.
Debuting its second runway show, Vionnet under Goga Ashkenaz offers a take on the classic mens shirts for the spring as well as the house’s signature–the bias cut with draped materials in soft yellows, blues and creams.
Miu Miu embraced girly style with a retro, seventies outing focused on outerwear. Cartoonish prints, knit leggings and Mary Jane shoes all brought a youthful spin to the spring-summer season.
Moncler Gamme Rouge incorporated fur in volume-filled looks that landed on the sporty side. A dark color palette featuring animal prints and abstract patterns make the spring-summer season one that can go from day to night easily.