After New York, London and Milan, Paris Fashion Week is closing its doors on the spring/summer ‘16 collections. The fashion capital went (relatively) low-key this season, placing stress on wearable – and, yes, sellable – clothes.

Balmain

Feminine shape-enhancing cuts in shades of nude: designer Olivier Rousteing’s signature style is here to stay.

Chloé

 

Clare Waight Keller makes ‘athleisure’ a romantic affair with a streetwear-meets-boho Nineties-inspired collection.

Saint Laurent

Hedi Slimane’s rock’n’roll doll turned into a grunge princess at Saint Laurent this season. Think: tiaras with destroyed slipps and mini-dresses.

Isabel Marant

The French designer’s ever-so covetable bohemian vibe gets a metallic twist this season.

Chanel

Karl Lagerfeld wants you to travel in style: his futuristic dolls walked in a mock-up airport inside the Grand Palais to take the Chanel airline.