Taking its name from the former red-light district, which came to be one of Paris's most desirable hotspots, Pigalle's FW17 display was yet another reminder that there's much, much more to the brand than mere box logo hoodies.
Closing Wednesday's proceedings with the last show of the day; streetwear kids, tired journalists, and curious observers from the high fashion world clustered into a brutalist-looking space for a glimpse of the local underdog's latest offering. They were not to be disappointed, as a flamboyant and colorful range was showcased which encompassed both street style and more high-end, experimental looks.
If, like most of us, you weren't lucky enough to be in attendance, then check out our selection of snaps above.
Meanwhile, the Paris Men's Fashion Week excitement just keeps on coming. Hiroshi Fujiwara's fragment design has teased a collaboration with Louis Vuitton.