Creative director Joe Mimran cited Malcolm McLaren's 1994 concept album "Paris" as a source of inspiration for the largely black and white collection, which sought to deliver a modernized spin on styles from the '60s, '70s and '90s.
The fall-winter line prominently showcased two contrasting sides of womenswear with dainty, feminine fashions interspersed among tougher, menswear-inspired styles.
Headscarf-sporting models donned the more demure designs, which encompassed two-piece knit sets, sheer, polka dot blouses, sequinned shifts, ruffled silk tops, laser-cut neoprene and sweet, pleated skirts.
But it was the edgier looks in the collection that were the standouts — and extra-heavy on embellishments. Oversized studding adorned denim shirts, jeans, belts and faux leather jackets — a decided contrast from slim, satiny pants and wide-legged trousers showcased in the fall-winter line.
Message T-shirts and an Eiffel Tower illustration etched into a knitted pullover were among the range of large-scale logos and amplified graphic illustrations incorporated into the statement-making collection.
While largely spare on accessories, the brand's signature fiery orange hue added eye-popping accents on the soles of smoking slippers and metal chain-accented pointy pumps featured throughout the showcase.
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