Into the woods went Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, who worked a woman-meets-nature theme by both arming her for the wild and outfitting her in prints that evoked the wild beasts there. This armor had a lighter touch, and a slyness, at that — there were layered skirts that resembled a casually tied Windbreaker, the zippers and sleeves falling gently in on each other. Cribbing a few design tweaks from the locker room, à la drawstring pants and the button-downs and skirts done in nylon and mesh, the pair played up athleticism, and the inventiveness was refreshing. An Eighties “Mad Max” vibe crept into the mix via hues of yellow, black and ballpoint blue, which seeped together to form a moody tie-dyed effect. Worked in between: leather pieces — like a drop-waist dress with bodice ruffles — that looked surprisingly weightless, and an appealing men’s wear current in some of the more streamlined silhouettes, as with a terrific narrow, low-riding blue trouser and a simple white T-shirt.
Alberta Ferretti's "Rainbow Week" sweaters are back. The designer closed her #MFW show with a few day-of-the-week sweaters, which first debuted on the catwalk last January as part of the pre-fall 2017 collection. #wwdfashion (📷: @delphineachard)