Negin Mirsalehi in Paris Fashion Week

Gabriela Hearst took ‘rewilding’ as her inspiration – the practice of returning areas of land to a wild state. Clothing included intarsia knits in recycled cashmere, the front depicting climate catastrophes, such as melting glaciers; the back, in contrast, presented rejuvenated landscapes. Leather was prominent throughout, with Hearst stating: ‘if you have traceability and it’s done in a proper way, you’re using waste.’ Silhouettes were minimal and strict: biker trenches, suits and breastplates contrasted with an almost monastic looks of tunics layered over long-sleeve tops and trousers.