INSPIRATION: A modern day Belle du Jour, brimming with Parisian chic.
TOP LOOKS: Attention was turned to daywear, with wool crepe sheath dresses in aubergine, scarlet or sand cinched in with a slinky belt to evoke a clean 60s silhouette. For eveningwear, things were also kept pared-down with breezy chiffon gowns and slim-cut silk jersey gowns.
WHO WAS THERE: Daisy Lowe looked stunning a baby blue shimmering tea dress, while Chinese actress Fan Bing Bing dazzled in a pale pink sparkly dress and matching turban.
WHAT WE THOUGHT: The 60s influence saw Saab inject a new simplicity into his designs. Simply, well cut daywear was a much bigger focus than normal - echoing the approach taken by Valentino's Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli earlier this week. It felt a bit younger and a bit more modern that Saab's usual sequin spangled aesthetic - and that's no bad thing.