sacai's Chitose Abe loves to play with her clothing. Her Nike collab, for example, reworked various Swoosh-adorned pieces to create dramatic new forms, and for the project's second installment, she just straight up covered windbreakers in feathers.

For sacai's SS17 women's collection, Abe took a mishmash of cultural icons — Jimi Hendrix, Pablo Picasso, Kurt Cobain — and created a patchwork collection that went in about a million different directions at once. Take an exclusive peek of the show's backstage scenes, with this set of exclusive snaps from Adam Katz Sinding aka Le 21ème.

sacai came through with some wacked-out psych motifs, tiger camo, a splatter of tailoring, punky tartans, a low-key Daniel Johston link-up (remember his Supreme collab?), and some feathery statement headwear.

For more vibes from Paris, check out Haider Ackermann's wild explosion of color and fabric.

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