Christian Louboutin expanded on the popular Pigalle 120 pump by raising the vamp and slenderizing and lifting the heel for a more secure fit.
Longchamp’s creative director Sophie Delafontaine was inspired by interior designers like David Hicks for this graphic poppy print on bags.
Chanel hat designer Laetitia Crahay of Maison Michel showed a perfected female fedora with a wider brim and white paint-splattered feathers.
Whether bought singularly or as a group, Marie-Hélène de Taillac’s rings came with a special box to hold her creations.
Pierre Hardy’s signature squares were still in force, but the designer also explored the use of a “curvy silhouette that was still graphic” as shown in these pink suede peep-toe pumps.
The graffitied walls of New York subways in the Eighties were the jumping-off point for Brit shoemaker Rupert Sanderson’s funky booties.
Iridescent leather and feminine embroidery worked well together in these open bootie sandals from Sophia Webster.
Swarovski creative director Nathalie Colin’s bejeweled pieces were inspired by a journey along the silk road from China to Siberia, India and Venice. The brand also showed pieces from a first-time collaboration with Shourouk Rhaiem of Shourouk.