What it made us think of: Geometry (in a good way, not a dreading high school math way)
What we liked: Everything, especially the striped blazers.
What we didn't: pretty pretty dresses that were sheer only over the boobs (Audrey Hepburn would not approve)
What it made us think of: Fun! Lily Allen was performing, the show took place in a barn setting (well, barns aren't fun to me, but it looked fun), Chanel's classic pieces were mixed up for a younger feel (without alienating classic Chanel customers).
What we liked: The girly pretty dresses, the lace covered suits, the bows and school girl looks, the ballet ribbon tights,
What we didn't: A few pieces of frayed tweed, which looked good on the runway, but won't work well for trickle-down fashions; the random his & hers rock star looks inserted into the show were cool, but didn't fit.
Who: Yves Saint Laurent
What it made us think of: Stark elegance (for the most part)
What we liked: The simple, structured pieces
What we didn't: The random, voluminous pieces that were pretty but didn't seem to fit.
What it made us think of: Ultra-feminine Victorian rock stars
What we liked: The lace, the shoes, the ruffles
What we didn't: Not a single red dress at Valentino. I know the line is going in a new, positive direction, but not a single red dress is sad.
Image source style.com.