Yigal Azrouel’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection was one full of impeccable tailoring- it was hard-edge refined and met with the delicate side of femininity. The Moto jacket inspired dress with slit sleeve, contrasting sleeve Moto jacket with black and white print, and cut-away-shoulder jacket with textured pants followed by a sheer panel lace dress all exemplified the bad-ass meets lady feel of the collection, perhaps best embodied in the lace collar harnesses.
Delicate black strappy heels, cut-away-shoulders on the jacket and sheer gray tuxedo shirt, a slit sleeve robe, a capelette dress, jumpsuits, dresses, embroidery, lace and broderie-anglais, and loose shift dresses were all on-trend- as was the show, which reconciled the loose flowing silhouette of the 70’s with the bad-ass-bitch looks of the 90’s in cohesive fashion.
I loved the beautiful colorfully embroidered sheer lace black sleeveless top followed by a similar look in a dress, which was midi length. The color palette started off with white and salmon, black and white, and gray and then transitioned into sage green. Black and white prints were sewn together in variations of white and gray and cream and salmon in the dress shown on the right of the 2nd row below. I loved the weird lace neck collar or harness on the sage green and black dresses.