Insta-fashion: your new season now.
Thanks to the Zuckerbergs and Systroms (the insta daddy) you no longer have to wait six months to see what you will be wearing next season - every dress, every show, every heart-stoppingly spectacular moment is now snapped and hashtagged in a matter of seconds. Amidst the hundreds of shows from New York, Manchester Milan and Paris these are the designers who took their catwalks to the viral level - from human backpacks to runway showers (yes, that did happen) this season.
If you haven't seen the Rick Owens trick this season, here it is! Human backpacks...and frontpacks. Note: only the strong may wear.
Paper dress + power shower = insta sensation. That's one way to celebrate the Hussein Chalayan's 21st year.
Aurora James' powerful first show for Brother Vellies, hailed as the new 'IT' brand and given the Kanye seal of approval.
Mansur Gavriel, the first post recession IT bags, branched into clothing for the very first time and New York wanted it all.
Under the sea there are apparently mermaids decked out in Sophia Webster, suddenly living above water seems totally dull. Giant pearls, clam style shells and mermaid tails of epic proportions - that's what it takes to win the internet.
From floral walls, to floral ceilings every season Dior overwhelms our senses. And this season it was the Louvre covered in Delphiniums, divine.
Dolce & Gabbana is always a spectacle, a true show and this season it was the selfie show. A live stream of beautiful snaps from sashaying models, ending in a Scillian flavoured stampede.
Giles saw the return of the catwalk queens - Karen Elson, Erin O' Connor and Eva Herzigova. Click, click, click, and the hastags went wild.
Before Riccardo Tisci even opened his doors (to 800 members of the public), the Givenchy show there was world wide waves. Givenchy showing in New York? Was the question on everyone's lips. Sealed with an incredibly powerful message the Tisci /Abramov collab is still being talked about.
'Only You' performed by Alison Moyet at the Burberry show, with a full strings orchestra - another Christopher Bailey musical masterpiece.
Because why aren't there more horses on the catwalk? Especially ethereal looking horses with good looking men in white shirts. Bravo, Jacquemus you've got us hooked.
Like the time when you forgot your brolly...but you were wearing Vivienne Westwood. The chic way to shelter from the rain.