The designer’s inspiration for the dark, stand-out collection was the legendary editrix Diane Vreeland.

He showed polished silhouettes: coats, midi dresses and skirt suits in moody checks or solid dark shades embellished with stripes of glossy black beads, panels of vampy lace, metallic brocades, grommets, sequins and studs. The statement plaid coats came with fur covered sleeves and the column gowns with splatters of sequins.


Kendall Jenner walked the show.


The heart-racing dissonant soundtrack was “Meltdown” by the Kronos Quartet.


The set was modeled after a painting artist Jeremiah Goodman created of Vreeland’s Manhattan apartment, which she designed to look like “a garden in hell.” And models sported exaggerated topknot hairdos.