An enormous functioning rollercoaster dominates the gutted interior of Milan’s historic Palazzo delle Scintille.
The black matte structure is covered in Led lights and as the train commences its wild ride, Azealia Banks kicks
off PHILIPP PLEIN’S Fall/Winter 1516 women’s fashion show.
Followed by a super cast of models including
Lindsey Wixson, Jessica Stam, and Binx Walton strutting to a punk rock soundtrack interspersed with amplified
sounds of the rollercoaster making its way around the track.
Parabolic curves and vertiginous slopes as symbols of adrenalinic style and breathtaking glamour that transform outfits into pure, strong and overwhelming emotion.
As seen in the Men’s collection, street style is elevated to extreme luxury.
Mink and fox fur basketball jersey with python and crocodile inserts.
Two-tone fur stoles. Wild Mongolian Kidassia coats. Geometric bandeau bras for extreme sports.
Black and white. And just a touch of orange. Couture capes with clean, sharp lines.
Close-fitting dresses and python and crocodile jogging pants.
Trenches and black patent details. Flat black leather boots with straps.
High belts and wide-brimmed hats to enhance geometries and glamour of the look.
Fortuny pleating. Luxury and technology characterize the fabrics of the long dresses opened by round holes, tears and cuts.
Black, sensual and nightly couture.
Illuminated only by embroideries of techno 3D-effect multi-color CRYSTALLIZEDTM-Swarovski Elements.
The tridimensional image of a diamond panther that decorates each piece of the collection, from clothes to accessories, represents the symbol of the #pleinwarriors;
the show’s hashtag created to launch and share the free, proud and overwhelming spirit of PHILIPP PLEIN’s aesthetics.