Lubov and Max Azria evoked African heritage by way of vibrant colorways and updated their signature bandage dresses with new textural plays.
— December 17, 2014
Strong female samurai warriors known as onna-bugeisha served as inspiration for the look backstage at Hervé Léger.
— September 6, 2014
The onna-bugeisha, a female samurai warrior, provided the spring inspiration for designers Max and Lubov Azria in a show that was interesting if not inventive.
Laverne Cox, Katie Cassidy and Petra Nemcova sat front row at the spring show.
For a collection always built on the bandage dress, Lubov and Max Azria did a great job mixing it up this season.
— December 19, 2013
With visions of Bond Girl Ursula Andress, Lubov Azria offered up scuba shapes accented with heat-pressed netting.
— June 5, 2013
The label’s standard body-con bandage look got a graphic makeover with tribal patterns and bold colorblocking.
— June 4, 2012
Faces, made by Lisa Butler for MAC, were “wild and wooly,” with an “animal-like” feel backstage at Hervé Léger’s spring showing.
— September 14, 2009
Mischa Barton and Hilary Duff, among others, were front row at the Hervé Léger spring 2010 show.
— September 13, 2009
The front row at Herve Leger usually boasts a lineup of comely starlets outfitted in the brand’s saucy bandage dresses. Sunday’s show was no exception.
— February 15, 2009