2015 is a party, and everyone's invited. That is, if you happen to enjoy couture and the work of Parisian design house Kenzo, whose Fall 2015 collection is sheer, disco-inspired madness. Prepare yourself for platforms, wide-leg trousers, and rose-colored glasses, because Studio 54 has nothing on these daring '70s-meets-avant-garde styles.
Founded in 1970 by Kenzo Takada and revived by Opening Ceremony masterminds Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, the label is renowned for the type of free-form fashion that blows staid, bland designs out of the water. Kenzo's Fall 2015 collection is an exercise in whimsy, so prepare to throw on your pink fur-lined dancing shoes this autumn. Set against a backdrop of shimmering fringe, the collection is a storm of clashing prints, bold textures, and bright colors. Think plush pink, furry slippers paired with a jarringly printed black and white smoking suit, and an abstract printed pleated midi skirt worn with sumptuous black fur and sturdy clogs.
If you don't feel like doing a do-si-do just yet, you may be swayed by a mod black and white shift dress in all its elegant simplicity, or an electric orange trench with delicious black stitching. And for those who shy away from Kenzo's electric kool-aid hues, there is the brand's satiny olive-green tuxedo, though pairing the ensemble with matching wellies is optional. Leon and Lim cited a "nomadic tribe" influence for the collection, according to an interview with Women's Wear Daily , and from the looks of it, this is one collective I'd love to join.
If the collection has you intrigued, check out the rest of the looks over at Kenzo's website.