Jean Paul Gaultier presented Hermes fall 2007 collection that offered fur trimmed leather jackets to reflect the rough-tough tom boyish look.
Skinny pants were tucked into tall biker boots with a long trailed overcoat. Designer explained, "I think it's appropriate for Hermes, because women last century were on horses and now they are riding motorbikes."
Accessories included handbags and purses.
Antonio Marras' Kenzo collection went from feminine frills and rustling big skirts in daring red rose prints as well as skin-tight high-waisted black trousers and boleros.
Plaids and mixed stripes, embroidery brightened up the collection, colors of which were mostly shades of red and black, with flare of green and white.
Alexander McQueen sent out models in extra long skirts, A-line dresses and shimmering bustiers. Inspired by his ancestor, Elizabeth How, the hair was teased up. One of the eye-catchers was skin-tight golden catsuit with an armour-like gold plate covering her chest.