Their sustainable focus was praised by critics, but did not lead to a significant increase in sales.
It will also be the last show for Sarah Burton, who took over the helm of Alexander McQueen following the founder’s suicide in 2010.
Paris is the last of the big four fashion weeks on September’s busy calendar, with back-to-back events in London, New York and Milan.
The biggest story this season has been a new creative director at Gucci.
Sabato di Sarno’s debut in Milan on Friday was a relatively low-key affair, but it did boost the share price of French parent company Kering, which has been struggling lately to keep up with its chief rival LVMH.