Designers Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta invited the fashion world to Bushwick, filling out their cavernous warehouse space for the second season in a row. The designers have created a growing fan base for their boxy, industrial silhouettes, and they continue their MO in the upcoming collection.
Building on the refined tailoring of the spring collection, the label’s 16th lineup incorporated conventional garments including double-breasted suit-dresses, flowy silk shirts, a striking poppy-red coat with billowing bell sleeves, raw or dyed denim, eccentric knitwear and sheer materials in a pastel-hued color palette.
The runway show itself was another refreshed, unorthodox performance featuring a gender-neutral model lineup that featured cult producer SOPHIE and plus-size model Paloma Elsesser. It closed out with Yaeji‘s cover of Drake‘s “Passionfruit.”
Check out the Eckhaus Latta’s Fall/Winter 2018 runway show in the gallery above.
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