Paris the birthplace of Left Bank bohemianism, so it's little surprise to see the louche look resurface on the spring runways. It started early at Anthony Vaccarello's show for Saint Laurent, which nodded to the late designer's love of Morocco with breezy silhouettes and the glint of coins printed on blouses. And then there was Natacha Ramsay-Levi's debut at Chloé, which featured plenty of snakeskin and smartly cut velvet suits. And for the pièce de résistance? The free-flowing fringe at Céline that came with plenty of attitude.