Vines of the times: PFW

Girls, girls, girls looking for a good Vine with the best 60 secs of womenswear this season

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The surprise departure of Marc Jacobs from Louis Vuitton drew Paris Fashion Week to an abrupt and dramatic close yesterday, leaving his all black collection and haunting carousel set as our lasting memory of the SS14 season. PFW is never short of viral fashion moments, however, and here we bring you the best in 60 seconds. From Rick Owens' stepping crew, to Givenchy's car crash set and Karl's Chanel art gallery, this is PFW in brief.

RICK OWENS

Leather stretched against muscular thigh, and Owens’ signature draping undulated under the rhythmic stamping

LOUIS VUITTON

Edie Campbell’s opening look – naked bar daubed Louis Vuitton graffiti body paint, black chains and a feather headdress - caused quite a stir and was surely intended as a statement from Jacobs

GARETH PUGH

Pugh injected the scent of chlorine into the show space, sending us into a strange almost underwater-like state

GIVENCHY

This season Tisci’s girls were warriors – fur was thrown over their shoulders and woven belt worn like gladiators on the waist

CHANEL 

Karl goes to art school

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN 

Leather harnesses across the chest featured in nearly all looks, creating a sense of tension, constriction and darkness that McQueen is known and loved for

JUNYA WATANABE

Dark and twisted folklore tales with an explosion of mohawk headresses. 

DRIES VAN NOTEN 

Every season Dries presents us with a mystery performer, and leaves show goers to figure out who they are. For SS14, it was Colin Greenwood, bassist for Radiohead

DIOR

The finale was comprised of completely different looks to what was in the show: black tailoring mixed with silver embellished jacquard dress, gowns and draped tops

MIU MIU 

Models walked as if slightly brainwashed, looking very alien and suddenly the whole show became amazingly perverse.

CÉLINE 

Eighties illustration in motion; clothes for a bold woman

BALMAIN

The ballroom at the Grand Hotel in Paris - a room made for pure hedonism, and that's exactly with Balmain gave us.

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