In the midst of a lot of fashion noise, New York-based label Pyer Moss managed to rise above the fray with a well received presentation for fall 2018 that included a collaboration with Reebok.
Tapping into his love for music, designer Kerby Jean-Raymond set the mood with a gospel choir performance produced by Raphael Saadiq. Showing 31 one chic and easy-like-Sunday morning looks, the collection was modeled by a diverse cast that included rappers Kari Faux and Vic Mensa.
The show was closed out with items made in partnership with Reebok, including dramatic faux fur coats, track jackets, track pants along with a collaborative effort with Los Angeles-based Cross Colours.
Prior to the New York Fashion Week presentation, designer Kerby Jean-Raymond expressed high hopes for the collaboration. “My whole career, all I’ve ever wanted is something like what Yohji [Yamamoto] has at Adidas [with Y-3],” Reebok has never done something like this before,” he told Business of Fashion in November of last year.
The label brought a lot to the table for the presentation and it all came together and managed to feel effortless.
The Reebok and Moss DMX Fusion silhouette lands at retail in March 2018.
Enjoy our favorite looks below and the video of the runway show to the sound of choir.