The designer built a large oval light structure for the event where more than 70 models walked with an original soundtrack in the background.
The garments ranged from column dresses that were inlaid with large and thick sequins, the reinforced bolero jackets took shape through dense microplissé structures and, for the feet, Swedish dominatrix-style boots – already distinctive of Williams – up to the knee.
What was remarkable about this particular collection was the brand’s collaboration with New York artist Josh Smith, of whom he interpreted his semi-abstract paintings through his vision. Thus the collection grew from obscurity to an artistic display in motion, where haute couture meets streetwear.
Written by: Daniela Pintor
Photo credits: Vogue