We interrupt this broadcast for Chromat's Fall/Winter '16 collection. It's lit.



Runway Rundown: Chromat Gets Scrambled

Chromat’s Fall/Winter ‘16 show at MADE Fashion Week looked light years ahead of its time, in the best way possible. Welcome to the future of fashion.

The Look Lowdown…
Flashing, lights, lights. Designer Becca McCharen was inspired by the work of Dan Flavin and Robert Irwin, and collaborated with Intel on a series of looks that incorporated light-up strips that gave us major Tron vibes. A grown up look for the LA Gear devotees.

The Look That Gave Us Life…
All red everything. The show’s opening look was a was an architectural, cage-like dress complete with bright light strips and coordinating undergarments. The model also had the most amazing strawberry blond hair, completing the monochromatic look.

We Spied…
Juliana Huxtable—poet, artist, and sometimes model—working the runway. Chromat always casts the coolest crew of women (and not just models) to showcase the collection each season.

We Can’t Wait to Wear This…
To one of those daytime raves that people keep raving about. (Get it?!) The more athleisure-leaning looks—leggings, layered sports bras, and windbreakers—stuck to Chromat’s linear, architectural roots, but will still offer a full range of motion for your killer high kick.

The Takeaway…
Always at the forefront of technology and fashion, this season’s collection was no exception–it even incorporated virtual reality into the at-home viewing experience. While the wearable tech shown tonight might not be your everyday look, we would definitely wear it for the next Milk rager.

Check out our full recap here

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