Parisian designer label Olympia Le Ten, known for its artisan handbags mimicking artwork from literary classics, has unveiled its FW16 collection of womenswear during the French capital's fashion week. Rather than hosting your typical runway show, Le Ten instead mimicked a gallery opening, placing its models in front of a selection of works at Galerie Perrotin.

Artworks from the likes of KAWS, Daniel Arsham, David Hockney, Édouard Manet, Victor Vasarely, and Sophie Calle are used across the collection's various clutches and oversized handbags, while the line's Ready-to-Wear follows a similarly quirky theme, with colliding patterns and motifs making for a dazzlingly eclectic aesthetic.

For more womenswear from Paris Fashion Week, check out the latest collections from OFF-WHITEAcne Studios and Stella McCartney.

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