Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs continued their exploration of slick and slim body-con dressing in their second runway outing, never straying far from a lean, minimalist silhouette. If it was a bit repetitive, that was likely intentional: The pair said they'd been influenced by concepts of mass production, spurred on by a photo of a German Volkswagen factory. The palette was as sober as an assembly line.
Standouts included legging-tight pants in a cloud gray marble print that would make a nice substitute for jeans, and an L.B.D. with alternating front-and-back cutouts (also worn by Ochs for her runway bow) that was very Model Off-Duty. Still, among all this sleek efficiency it was the moments of human error that were most interesting, and that make this team one to watch—a single silver-sequined arm, for instance, on an otherwise coal black ensemble.