With Paris Fashion Week drawing to a close, OG sports-luxe label Y-3 unveiled its Fall/Winter 2016 collection in a cramped industrial space in the city's 11th arrondissement. Mixing both men's and women's looks, the brand stayed committed to Yohji Yamamoto's vision of sportswear - that means tons of layering, unorthodox garments and drapey, flowing silhouettes.

This being a Y-3 collection, footwear of course played a big part, with an onslaught of the brand's ever-popular sneakers - some of which were paired with adidas's Futurecraft 3D-printed sole technology. The Qasa was reissued in numerous versions - one with an elastic cross-strap; one as a sneakerboot hybrid. Many women's options sported split sole units, too.

In terms of clothing, Y-3 very much stuck to its guns. Outerwear pieces were executed in bizarre, hybrid cuts - was that a biker jacket or an anorak? - while removable panels, zippers and taped seams were placed on a ton of garments, too.

For more from Paris Fashion Week, check out the latest shows from Etudes, Hermes and AMI. And to see how people dressed at this show, head here.

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