Less than 24 hours after Harvey Weinstein's rape conviction, models stepped out beneath giant neon signs spelling out: "Consent", "Consent", "Consent".
In ode to her own feminist awakening in 1970s Rome, Chiuri created a collection stooped in fringe-hemmed suede trousers, double denim and logo-emblazoned bandanas.
Trend takeaways: It wasn't just utility jumpsuits and corduroy two-piece sets which stole the runway as there was also room for striped shirts, skinny ties and school jumpers - an androgynous take on the era.
Front row guests jumped ahead a decade over at Saint Laurent courtesy of creative director Anthony Vaccarello.
Models sauntered out against moody lighting decked in bold latex leggings, power-shoulder blazers and gigantic pussy-bow blouses reimagined in sheer and vinyl fabrics.
One particular tartan-decked blouse and matching blazer caught our eye - a look Princess Diana would have no doubt reigned.
Trend takeaways: Lace bralets peeped through sharp lapel suit jackets with high-shine pencil skirts and sequinned cocktail dresses bringing glamour to the CEO do-it-all closet.
Since Alber Elbaz stepped down in 2015, Lanvin's future has been uncertain with four designers taking to the helm in the last four years.
Bruno Sialelli has been in charge of bringing the French couture house back to its heyday era status since 2019.
This season, the designer paid homage to original founder, Jeanne Lanvin, who founded the empire from humble beginnings.
"Yes, she married well," he told The Guardian, "But she managed to put her daughter, who she loved, in the best schools and that's how she started her business - by sharing her designs with the other mums."
Pushing his autumn/winter 2020 collection into fashion columns outside of Paris, the designer didn't stick to a budget with the Hadid sisters and Jourdan Dunn walking the runway.
A prim and proper line, swooping camel coats were layered over chic baby blue turtlenecks and buttoned-up leather skirts.
We wouldn't mind borrowing from the boys this season either with sickly sweet suits decked in pistachio greens and sorbet lemon.
Trend takeaways: A properly French collection, models had a bourgeois air about them courtesy of gently coiffed hair, fur-collared coats and ladylike gloves.
For autumn/winter 2020, John Galliano launched a new line inspired by the brand's world-famous 'Replica' label.
Dubbed the 'Recicla', models stepped out in pieces sourced from flea markets and second-hand stores which had been reworked into runway-worthy clobber.
"I feel we are all swimming in this rhythm of life that resounds with Recicla, which is really about recycling and upcycling, and the joy that comes with being able to sell those pieces among the rest of the collection thrills me," he explained.
"We came to the conclusion there are far too many clothes in the world!"
Trend takeaways: Vintage jacket lapels were plastered across the bottoms of jackets with sleeves tied up into ruched bow necklines. While handbags sitting in plastic and laddered socks took on the role of accessories.
It was a starry affair over at Chloé this season with the likes of Gigi Hadid, Kaia Gerber and Pixie Geldof strutting out in creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi's autumn/winter 2020 garbs.
Inspired by the work of US-Hungarian artist Rita Ackermann, clothes bore some of her most famous images including a 1994 piece titled 'Leave Me Alone'.
Trend takeaways: A breezy '70s vibe wafted down the runway courtesy of belted paisley skirts, crisp balloon-sleeve shirts and flared leather trousers.
Virgil Abloh may be best buds with the Hadid sisters but it turns out, he's got their mum Yolanda on speed dial too.
At the autumn/winter 2020 show, front row-goers were thrilled to see the former television personality make her runway return after almost 35 years.
The definition of do-it-all fashion, Gigi stepped out swaddled in tulle with a spliced Arc'teryx outdoor performance jacket over the top.
Meanwhile, Yolanda proved she's the original "cool mom" in a graffiti-sprawled blazer.
Trend takeaways: Cow-print bucket hats, leather utility suits and low-slung chain belts created the ultimate interchangeable wardrobe.