Paris, Mar 5 (EFE).- A rejuvenated Saint Laurent took to the runways of Paris Fashion Week under the leadership of Hedi Slimane, who unveiled the design house's fall-winter ready-to-wear collection.
Slimane presented a collection that is risky, youthful and fresh, laying out her first vision for the feminine winter wardrobe.
The show surprised the audience and some posts on social-networking sites criticized Slimane for moving so far away from the stylish house founded by Yves Saint Laurent with her "grunge" look.
The collection features short, airy dresses with flower patterns, accompanied by military-style boots, among other creations.
Chanel, Agnes B. and Fatima Lopes are among the design houses exhibiting ready-to-wear creations on Tuesday at Paris Fashion Week.