Herve Leger by Max Azria: Geometry takes form in fashion


"Buy it, use it, break it, fix it, trash it, change it, mail, upgrade it," thump thump thump thump went the Herve Leger Fall/Winter 2016 runway show. Set to Daft Punk or some remix of the famed electronic song, the collection's designs seemed to be visual expressions of the monotonous yet catchy rhyme.

The French brand, now owned by the BCBG Max Azria Group, focused on bold, eye-catching designs that were primarily colorful and geometric. A few sparkly pieces here and there, the collection also featured interesting metal detailing, which was nicely juxtaposed against such feminine silhouettes.

Herve Leger - Runway RTW - Fall 2016 - New York Fashion Week
Herve Leger - Runway RTW - Fall 2016 - New York Fashion Week



Leave it to Max Azria to infuse a true sense of wearability into a line which otherwise requires a bold wearer. We're very much looking forward to the release of the line next season.

See photos of the Herve Leger show in the gallery above, or click through the gallery below to see looks from BCBGMaxazria's most recent collection:



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