Calvin Klein Showcases Contemporary Edge with Its 2016 Fall/Winter Collection
Androgynous tailoring and fur-trimmed overcoats.
Calvin Klein’s latest showing at New York Fashion Week is an eclectic mix of silhouettes, textures and colors that integrates a certain playfulness into the refined edge of the brand’s attitude. Starting the collection off with monochromatic black pieces, tailored suits are impeccably cut and are draped across the models in a way that borders on androgyny. As the runway show progresses, the color palette extends into vibrant shades of blue, complemented by garments rendered in earthy tones. The program also showcases a range of fur-trimmed pieces, plaid patterns, and cut-away segments centered with precious minerals. You can check out the full CK 2016 fall/winter collection above.