The show took place in the hypostyle hall of the Art Deco Palais d'Iena, designed by French architect August Perret in 1937.
Among the building's rows of columns, AMO installed a giant structure that snaked through the space and was punctured with angled arches.
"For the 2016 SS Miu Miu show AMO invades the monumental architecture of August Perret's Palais d'Iena in Paris with a timeless ruin, introducing a dramatic counterpart to the rigorous linearity of the Palais," said the studio.
Beginning at the grand staircase at one end of the room, the arches spanned back and forth across the space. Models paraded along a route created through the gaps and between the columns.
"The volume, embedded in the hypostyle, is carved following the model's path," AMO said. "Concealing and revealing the columns, an organic dialogue is established with the existing architecture."
Gold and silver-coloured materials with varying textures and mirrored qualities were used to cover the entire structure.
"The complex geometry of the installation is clad with a set of industrial reflective materials amplifying its extraneous presence to the surrounding environment," said AMO.
Spectators were arranged in lines around the edges of the space, seated on modest wooden chairs.
"The audience is organised linearly along the perimeter of the hypostyle facing the constant changing relationship between the Palais, the injected architecture and the fashion," said AMO.
"Based on this concentric organisation, the show unfolds around the brutal volume that becomes both path and background for the models."
The Spring Summer 2016 edition of Paris Fashion Week, which took place from 29 September to 7 October 2015, also featured Hussein Chalayan's catwalk shower that dissolved a pair of soluble outfits and Akris' collection inspired by Sou Fujimoto.