The Latest From Paris: Dior, Yohji, Scott, and More

From left, Jeremy Scott, Yohji Yamamoto, Vivienne Westwood. Photo: Imaxtree

• No color went untouched in John Galliano's line for Christian Dior.

• The models at Undercover rocked an otherworldly, alien vibe, with future-forward fashions.

Yohji Yamamoto takes that spare tire around your gut quite literally.

• Muted mustards and asymmetrical cuts floated down the runway at Maison Martin Margiela.

• Ankle-length braids and face paint at Vivienne Westwood almost distracted from the equally unsubtle clothes.

Jeremy Scott showed dresses in bold, bright patterns.

Balmain's collection would fit in nicely at Trash & Vaudeville.

• Androgyny is back at Bruno Pieters, where menswear looks dominated.

Rick Owens' dramatic cuts resulted in jackets that looked as if they had wings.

A.F. Vandevorst showed a covet-worthy silver down coat with double sleeves.

Gaspard Yurkievich used sheers and satins in blues and yellows.