Saint Laurent Kicked things off Wednesday night – and they are not even at NYFW. Designer Hedi Slimane showed a heavily 70’s rock n’ roll vibe collection at The Palladium in Hollywood.
Despite what the Pantone Color institute is telling us, I sure see a lot of black, white, and neutrals on the runways.
Brock RTW F/W 2016 Highlights
Creatures of the Wind RTW F/W 2016
Desigual RTW F/W 2016
Adam Selman RTW F/W 2016
Yigal Azrouel RTW F/W 2016
I’m purposely leaving out the circus that was Yeezy Season 3.Especially after reading Diary of a Hollywood Street Kings’ article about how Kanye ‘hired’ 1200 people to appear at his show as fans, and then didn’t pay them.
Nothing from Day 1 was really blowing my mind yet. I see an emergence of midi-length skirts and knee-high boots, which is a cool, 70’s bohemian vibe that I can get behind. Then Tadashi Shoji showed…and brought some innovation.
Tadashi Shoji RTW F/W 2016
Cushnie et Ochs RTW F/W 2016
And then on Friday, Pamella Roland threw down a badass, luxurious collection…
Pamella Roland RTW F/W 2016
Monse RTW F/W 2016
Herve Leger RTW F/W 2016
(My imaginary BFF) Christian Siriano RTW F/W 2016
Monique Lhuillier RTW F/W 2016
More NYFW to come, and also the Grammy’s Red Carpet.