The Hadid sisters walked the cork podium set up outdoors at the Jardin des Plantes dressed in denim: Bella wore a bustier and a midi skirt and Gigi a jacket-skirt set.
A nod to the streetwear dear to the American designer, who brought to the French luxury house studs, chains and wedge clogs called Marshmallow in black rubber, made using cutting-edge technology usually reserved for sports shoes high performance.
In a completely different style, Bella Hadid was shod in laced sock boots and Gigi perched on the stiletto heels of pointed toe mules.
A total khaki look with a hooded top, bomber jacket and satin pants, is also raised on pumps.
Bermuda shorts and cargo pants go well with romantic blouses with transparent ruffles or textured jackets.
But it is the dress that is the queen of this collection: the silhouette is refined, it is close to the body, silver or embroidered with pearls, mini or long.
Sky blue and long, it reveals the integrated lingerie. The reds have worked backs with a neckline or ribbons.
Some are worn with long gloves evoking those chic and cinematographic outfits created by the founder of the house, Hubert de Givenchy, for Audrey Hepburn.