Carven took us back to happy summertimes, with cute motif jumpers, seaside shorts, casual beach sandals and sun hats. Day tones included sunshine orange, pastel yellow and green, while evening pieces featured deep blue and caramel brown.
@issaclikes tweeted: Oh my Carven
4.49pm: Valentino brought the house down with utilitarian day-to-night attire featuring oversized short leather coats, camouflage jackets and floral trousers, before showcasing sharp, clean tailoring for the finale. Colours were simple; beige, khaki, light denim and midnight blue showed Valentino can do casual and still remain chic.
@BritishGQ tweeted: Desert patrol at @MaisonValentino: outerwear with epaulettes & washed out camo in sand, navy & military green #PFW
7.33pm: Raf Simons, Dior’s lead designer, took his own label to geometric heights with bright patterns, clashing colours, colour blocking and his signature curved shoulder silhouettes. Simons took a woman’s tunic and reworked it for the modern man. Oversized prints and patterns joined the feminine collection later alongside oversized, childlike rubber footwear, creating a show that had everybody talking.