Cut Pick ★
A stark palette of black, white, and gray anchored Yigal Azrouël’s minimalist-inspired spring collection. With an emphasis on structural shapes and precise contouring, pieces were sharply tailored to create a dialogue between femininity and androgyny. Slivers of skin peeked out through arched necklines and cutouts, adding sensuality while loose trousers and long blazers had tomboy appeal. Fans of Azrouël’s structured outerwear will be happy to see motorcycle jackets, with a white leather eyelet version striking the perfect balance between heft and lightness. Optic white segued into black before the two melded into a series of branch and blanket patterns, adding visual complexity. One strapless stone croc-embossed lambskin dress stood out in its simplicity and will be a surefire hit among the red-carpet set, though the closing gown in eyelet will also be popular. To keep all eyes on the clothes, models were given nearly bare faces while hair was tightly bound back into slightly wavy chignons.