source | wwd.com 1. Burberry Prorsum Christopher Bailey celebrated British icons Vanessa Bell and Virginia Woolf with a lineup that was wistful, wearable and packed with charm. 2. Chanel Karl Lagerfeld delivered dandified house classics worked to the hilt with frills, ruffles and pleats. 3. Christian Dior John Galliano infused Dior's oh-so-Parisian chic with an air of oriental exotica and a touch of the flapper. 4. Comme des Garçons Nobody intrigues quite like Rei Kawakubo, who charmed and provoked with a balance of military muscle and dreamy tulle. 5. Lanvin Alber Elbaz worked his remarkable construction with a forties bent. 6. Louis Vuitton Marc Jacobs celebrated the French coquette, all sexy, sassy, frilled and flirtatious. 7. Marc Jacobs The designer delivered an over-the-top ode to New York eighties. 8. Marni Consuelo Castiglioni played feisty mix master with artful control and some fabulous jewelry. 9. Prada Miuccia Prada's daring blend of rough and refined featured thigh-high waders and a lot of attitude. 10. Ralph Lauren Ralph Lauren's mesmerizing blend of tony tweeds and lush embroideries looked worthy of a Degas painting.