Viktor Luna called it Guerrilla Warfare. These rough and tough badass chicks who were all so chic in their armor-like garments commanded attention. In a collaboration with Dmitry Byalik, Viktor Luna went literal with the "guerrilla" and presented a leather-embossed gorilla on the back of some of the jackets. They're intense and ready for war. Viktor Luna presented his women as warriors in fantastical and heavily embellished apocalyptic attire. As you begin to break down the pieces, what you have is a very modern collection for today's strong woman. The hardness of leather and metal work is soften by goat hair on jacket sleeves and reinforces Viktor Luna's allegiance to glamour and femininity. This season we also got a little bit of color in fabulous bleached legwear. Possibly one of the most versatile elements in this collection is the motorcycle jacket which is quickly becoming a signature piece for Viktor Luna. His jackets, which makes a bold statement, have so much presence and can be worn with any dress, skirt or pant. Guerrilla Warfare Chic.