The sibling design duo behind the womenswear and accessory brand formerly known as Chloe comme Parris fused femininity with an edgy, rock 'n' roll vibe in their newest line of cohesive looks. Steeped in white, navy, teal, grey and muted coral hues, the collection featured a mix of monochromatic pieces contrasted with shimmering metallics and pretty, faded geometric prints.
As a guitarist and drummer played mid-tempo rock instrumentals at the entry to the runway, models sporting wet, slicked back 'dos walked out in a succession of relatively spare separates which encompassed loose camisole-style tanks, long-sleeved tops and wrap-front skirts, many of which were boldy accented with hardware — a signature element of the label. Snaps adorned the hems of jackets and acted as decorative fasteners stitching together slivers of skin-baring cutouts on dresses and pants.
Amid the range of flowing garments, there were a fair share of even more revealing pieces on display, with plunging halter necklines on dresses and body-hugging, one-shoulder mini featured.