Next up in our Paris Fashion Week coverage is German-Persian designer Boris Bidjan Saberi, who presented an arsenal of looks in a derelict space in the French capital.

With Paris's fashion extravaganza in full swing, we look to the Spring/Summer 2016 offerings from Boris Bidjan Saberi. Shot by Adam Katz Sinding, Saberi's troupe of models marched down the catwalk with clear film affixed to their faces, donning the Persian-German designer's bleak, industrial garb - in a fittingly bleak, industrial setting.

While last season saw Saberi present a collection infused with crimson and navy tones, this time around the designer's industrial take on workwear was executed in a palette almost entirely devoid of color - save for an arsenal of looks injected with hues of bold electric blue.

Saberi's take on utility gear was executed in slick, wet-look fabrics - like vinyl-coated jersey - to match the models' oiled faces, for a futurist vision of workwear that leaned heavily on rugged outerwear and super-tough fabrics. Not exactly your typical warm-weather collection - but Saberi has never been one for following the pack, in any case.

For more bleak, dystopian gear from Paris's fashion week take a look at Rick Owens's ever-controversial Spring/Summer 2016 show.

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