For Fall 2016, Hervé Léger by Max Azria stayed true to its influential roots with a different perspective. This season paid tribute to the tough and alternative while remaining an ode to the female form.
Interwoven chains, plaid prints, and grommets permeated the collection suggesting a serious nod towards rock and roll while evoking unapologetic sex appeal. The classic body-con structures of the dresses played with the ideas of deconstruction and reconstruction. The metal details allowed for creative layering, while the safety pin detailing reflected a light punk influence. Paired with black leggings and leather lace-up boots, the looks suggested a sensual defiance that celebrated independence.
To complement this, models wore a half-braid on the left side letting the rest of their hair to fall in soft waves with fresh complexions and natural lips. The strong technologic beats by Peaches and Public Image, Ltd. set the provocative and rebellious tone.
See below to see some of our favorite looks from the collection:
Photos courtesy of Vogue.com