You could argue that these pieced leather dresses and jackets are "mod;" certainly the fastenings have a strong '60s flair, but they also feel bracingly new too. I can imagine being young now and loving these pieces precisely because are a demarcation line between people who find them compelling and exciting and people who don't. The same way people of my generation responded to grunge in the early '90s.
He threw in some dark jeans and jackets to appease people like me. I love the cut of the denim and the neat blazers. Nothing new here, but certainly good sewing inspiration.
I couldn't care less about Chanel, which feels so labored at that point that it's almost painful (the epic productions seem designed to disguise the lack of ideas in the clothes). Instead I think Fashion Month officially ends with Miu Miu. I don't have the nuance to parse much meaning out of these designs; a few fashion critics made the connection between Baltimore bad girls in John Waters films, which I think is a solid jump. I saw The Shangri-Las in these vaguely slutty, yet still lady-like outfits.
Granted, The Shangri-Las never actually dressed like this, but somehow their music and these clothes mesh perfectly.