When you attend a BCBG Max Azria show, you come expecting a certain aesthetic; simple silhouettes, rich color palette, and geometric shapes. This season, the collection included all we expected, with the addition of fur! Silky dresses and wool coats were accentuated with fur shoulders brought maturity to the collection, while the leather accents added strength and texture to the flirty looks.
Inspired by the geometric abstraction of Bauhaus style, Max and Lubov Azria created a collection that would accent the creative minds of German fashionistas alike. Much like the Bauhaus school, a German institute of the fine arts, with the goal of combining all aspects of art and design, BCBG also combined architecture and fashion with structured shapes and clean lines. Likewise, using color as an expression of artistic work, BCBG provided a cohesive, yet eclectic palette with rich autumnal colors and bright blocks of hues. Even the furs had their own color blocking moment!
The last look, a cream crepe gown, had such a subtle charm about it; the touching and shear details made the look a stunning end to the show.
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