With designers being more and more careful with what they put down the runway, the trends and outrageousness, which was what made fashions shows so appealing, is starting to disappear.
That wasn't necessarily the case at Christian Dior and Dries Van Noten.
At Christian Dior, it all started with an elegant, strapless, white dress with features of a woman's face and flowers underneath. It continued with the same prints on more pieces and even featured a shoe printed handbag.
At Dries Van Noten, Dries sent down tailored, classic pieces with brightly colored embroidery and intricate designs.
No matter what happens with the economy, these two designers are clearly staying true to themselves and their customers.