It’s usually the hardest task of all to build something on an already big and established – legendary even – brand with a tradition of breaking ground. Constantly offering something new and still staying true to the strong style code is a ball buster and Francisco Costa is one of those rare gems in the world that can pull it off, season after season. A barely there animal print on glossy trench coats and dresses was the only detail pulling the collection away from signature minimalism, a direction I would love to see more in the future of Calvin Klein. I know we should give the designers a break and not want so many collections a year but I’m just so glad this one happened.
source: vogue runway