For Comme des Garçons, ready-to-wear is simply a rule not to be followed. The 2016 line was unique, fun, over-the-top, and anything but capable of being worn for most days, whether it’s a Saturday night special event or a Monday morning at work. Designer Rei Kawakubo used floral fabrics, thick jacquards, three-dimensional structuring, bondage straps, furry details, and layers upon layers of fabric. While the tailoring was masterful and the designs were museum worthy, they were far from wearable. It was truly a traverse through an art gallery, rather than a runway show, but from Comme des Garçons, can we expect anything else? Dresses and jackets took up more of the runway than the models themselves, spreading out and up from their bodies. Complimenting the looks was black hair, piled high into cone-like buns and dropping down my models ears. Most wearable from the line? Furry sneakers, but of course.