It was accessories that stole the show at Acne Studios AW 17. Statement clay earrings, lace shoes and oversized bags.
Eyes were swept with black and accented with gold, while hair was pulled into a ponytail with tight braids. Grunge meets glamour.
It was all about loose, structured styles for Céline AW 17. The new workwear.
An exercise in 60s escapism. Clare Waight Keller left her mark in her final show at Chloé.
Hourglass silhouettes, psychedelic prints and unexpected splashes of colour.
Hair was asymmetrically cropped across a face of almost non-existent makeup. Clean, constructed and with attitude.
It’s cold outside.
Leather jackets, knits, turtlenecks, tailored pants and pleated skirts made for luxe winter layering at Hermès AW 17.
Brows were feathered and hair left loose. Sincere and fresh.
Romantically simple. Eyes were coated in functional peachy tones and framed by full lashes.
Sleek leather, short evening dresses and the recurring Louis Vuitton boot. Just add lush, tousled waves and strong brows for ultra-wearable luxury.
From barely-there makeup to eyes pulsating with colour, models embodied the ultimate rendition of a blank canvas.
Houndstooth, reworked denim, lace and silk. Feeling fresh.
An array of outerwear and prints that included puffer, tweed and denim jackets, tailored coats and tartan layering.
Catch the light.
Black leather, delicate lace and ruched boots for Saint Laurent AW 17. But it was the girls who sparkled that stole the show.
Layering lace, camel jumpsuits, quilted jackets and smattering of high-end sportswear.