The collection was its best when Tisci stuck to his trademarks and kept things relatively simple.
Whether she's doing wearable pieces with wide appeal or her own mix of punk-cum-old-world it's always a whole lotta look.
Yoshiyuki Miyamaeseems to have finally hit a solid stride for the fashion house with this collection.
If Hussein Chalayan assured one thing with his Fall 2013 collection, it's that you will need to take a second look.
Some hits and misses.
Wearable without losing a fashion-forward appeal.
A truly museum-worthy collection.
Even when working with heavy fabrics and oversized silhouettes, he manages to create looks that not only don't appear overbearing, they look effortless to wear.
Hits and misses in Geraldo da Conceicao's debut.
Cubic dresses, fringed edges and cutouts.
A commercial collection with rock 'n' roll appeal.
The Eighties are alive and...relatively well.
From slouchy suits to party dresses.
A case for letting MM6 and the brand's home collection rule.
An elegant and streamlined collection from Raf Simons.
An out-of-character collection from Guillaume Henry.
A very different feel than the Balmain we've gone gaga for. Was it as enchanting? It's a difficult verdict to make.
Alexander Wang makes a solid debut.
Black and white and lots of slouch.