Riccardo Tisci's "South African skater" collection was an overwhelming feast for the eyes, with layers and layers of retro-techno prints and colorful stripes.
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The windbreaker anorak was seen on almost every runway this season.
Mustard yellow and aqua blue paired with some of the most eye-catching florals we've seen.
All-black overalls for a slick summer look.
Sportswear meets tailoring at Dior, with a collection dominated by burgundy and blue short suits. The silhouette of the season.
The mismatch of tropical florals, camouflage and houndstooth prints looked effortlessly cool at Ami.
Enlarged Baja stripes and stunning florals elevated the bomber jacket at Phillip Lim.
Dreamy prints and Californian casual-chic at Kenzo.
Hedi Slimane shakes things up at Saint Laurent with his rockabilly collection
A peaceful palette of creamy tones worn with leather-strap sandals
Kim Jones continues his global exploration, this time with a collection inspired by the American boy scout uniform.
Arresting look: A zip-up leather tunic paired with cropped shorts, and Richelieu-style sneakers with inflated soles (!)
Guillaume Henry brings a touch of country to the urban man's wardrobe
Lucas Ossendrijver keeps it simple with color-blocking texture assortments and brings back the fanny pack.
A marriage between fashion and art, with geometric cuts and dizzying patterns.
Miyake's ombré effects were a standout in a collection rich in graphic prints
Textured fabrics added depth to Wang's minimalist black-and-white collection.
Marking a departure from Nicolas Ghesquiere's futuristic designs, new creative director Alexander Wang adopts a more demure but nonetheless refined aesthetic for Balenciaga.
Navy blue and olive green made an elegant color combination at Valentino.
The ruby-red lipstick was distracting, but Thom Browne's masterful tailoring shone with this military-inspired collection.