In a departure from their more familiar brand of dark, edgy looks, Nicole and Michael Colovos delivered a decidedly sporty Helmut Lang lineup, one that even incorporated elements from the brand’s namesake. Defined by techy fabrics, boxy silhouettes, colorblocking and bold pops of blue, red, orange and white, the clothes looked great at times — especially when worked in minimal silhouettes. But the sophistication was lost with the excessive use of shiny, treated and printed fabrics.

In a departure from their more familiar brand of dark, edgy looks, Nicole and Michael Colovos delivered a decidedly sporty Helmut Lang lineup, one that even incorporated elements from the brand’s namesake. Defined by techy fabrics, boxy silhouettes, colorblocking and bold pops of blue, red, orange and white, the clothes looked great at times — especially when worked in minimal silhouettes. But the sophistication was lost with the excessive use of shiny, treated and printed fabrics.

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