A recurring theme on the runways of New York, London and Milan.
She will be the face of a multi-platform marketing campaign launching next year, as well as act as creative contributor to a capsule collection to debut in February.
Plus: more of our favorite looks from the end of London Fashion Week.
London is done rehashing the '70s. Instead, designers pushed themselves to bring new ideas to the table, or otherwise borrowed from the annals of English costume history, for a dramatic spring 2016 season.
Our thoughts on the final days of shows across the pond.
Following the loss of both his mother and his mentor over the past 16 months, Kane explored the theme of "crash and repair" with a strong spring collection, shown in London on Monday.
A subtle variation on the '90s favorite.
It's basic, but in the true sense of the word.
Already one of the most critically acclaimed young designers in London, Thomas Tait is only getting better with age.
Don't miss the delightfully dapper street style from days one through three across the pond.
The former Mulberry creative director launched her new line with both old and new signatures.
Erdem, Peter Pilotto, Roksanda and Giles rounded out Monday's top shows.
Sheet masks aren't just for nights in with Netflix.
Plus, Temperley London shows a vacation-ready collection, Topshop Unique riffs on trends and Pringle of Scotland gets clever with knitwear.
And other highlights from day two of London Fashion Week.
While the designer may be more focused on bigger issues, her fashion business is churning on.
And other thoughts on day two of the London collections.
When designers exaggerate proportions, the results can be costumey or, in the case of J.W. Anderson, totally unique.