The German designer came up with a collection of winter classics for his latest show, which was built around some of his old favourites: men's tailoring, recycled denim, brocade and satin dresses, to name but a few.
Balenciaga made a big impact at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday, staging its show on a submerged runway and revealing a dark and powerful collection marked by a neo-Gothic spirit that oscillated between past and future.
The French fashion house looked to the world of horse riding for next winter, sending out a highly functional collection where leather was king, while also paying a heartfelt tribute to Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.
Two contrasting styles did battle on the Parisian catwalks on Friday. One side was all about comfortable fashion with generous volumes, while the other made everything hyper-feminine, ultra-short and skintight.
On Friday Agnes B joined the list of brands that have cancelled shows at Paris Fashion Week due to the coronavirus outbreak that has reached multiple countries, while Saturday saw A.P.C. make a similar announcement.