FASHION

Balenciaga S/S 2016 PFW

Alexander Wang’s final collection for Balenciaga

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Alexander Wang showed his final collection for Balenciaga on the second day of the PFW. For Balenciaga’s spring-summer 2016 collection and his last as the brand’s creative director, Alexander Wang offered up a romantic outing of lingerie inspired pieces in a tranquil color palette of white and cream. The Balenciaga spring 2016 collection was all about taking what women wear in their boudoir and translating it to the runway, and inevitably street wear.

Alexander Wang's last collection for the house of Balenciaga might have been one of his best and most confident. The entrance to the show at Paris Fashion Week was lit up by candles along the floor, with a long pool of water serenely shimmering under the spotlights under stone arches. Pure white, and utterly ethereal, in the stoic hall of an historical building in Paris' 7th arrondissement, these silky lingerie-inspired pieces were expertly constructed around the body to full feminine effect.

The models – including Zoë Kravitz, the daughter of Lenny Kravitz – took to the runway in lace slippers to underline the boudoir aspect of the collection. In liquid silk dresses, textual short dressing robe jackets, and bra tops – in a color palette restricted to creamy whites – the models walked the catwalk as if they were relaxing at home, casually moving from one room to the next without a care in the world. 

 

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