Trapeze Shapes. Trapeze shapes looked fresh and loose at Maison Rabih Kayrouz, Hermes, and Lanvin.
|From L-R:Guy Laroche, Lanvin, Maison Rabih Kayrouz, Viktor + Rolf and Dries Van Noten|
One Arm. Leonard, Maxime Simoens, and Balmain continued with the asymmetry theme that’s been rampant on Parisian runways with one arm dresses and shirts.
|From L-R: Balmain, Christian Dior, Elie Saab, Iris Van Herpen and Tsumori Chisato|
Head To Toe Knits. Knitwear was a big story at Nina Ricci, Chanel, Balenciaga and Hermes.
|From L-R: Chanel, Stella McCartney, Barbara Bui, Celine and Kenzo|
Leopard Print. Givenchy, Balmain, Celine and Saint Laurent added a jungle vibe to Fall/Winter 2014 collections with a focus on Leopard prints.
|From L-R: Givenchy, Carven, Celine, Chloe and Balmain|
Peplum. Peplums flared out gently at Giambattista Valli, Balmain, Rochas and Andrew Gn.
|From L-R: Andrew Gn, Rochas, Balmain, Vionnet and Valentin Yudashkin|
Stripes. Dries Van Noten, H&M, put forth collections steeped in bold swirls.
|From L-R: Jean Paul Gaultier, H & M, Balmain, Dries Van Noten and Alexandre Vauthier|
Dropped Waists. Silhouettes were long and languid with dropped waists from John Galliano, Alexander McQueen and Viktor + Rolf.
|From L-R: Akris, Lanvin, Viktor+Rolf, Alexander McQueen and Sacai|
Tiers. Skirts were romantically whimsical as they tumbled down in tiers at Lanvin, Emanuel Ungaro, Rochas and Guy Laroche.
|From L-R: Tsumori Chisato, Emanuel Ungaro, Lanvin, Dries Van Noten and Guy Laroche|
Velvet. Chanel, Elie Saab, and Saint Laurent showcased velvety creations in little black dresses and gowns.
|From L-R: Maiyet, Nina Ricci, Saint Laurent, Viktor+Rolf and Elie Saab|
Asymmetric Hems. Christian Dior, Nina Ricci, Viktor + Rolf featured a lot of wavering asymmetrical to blunt hemlines on skirts and dresses.
|From L-R: Christian Dior, Jay Ahr, Lanvin, Nina Ricci and Viktor + Rolf|
Credits: BritishVogue, Womensweardaily