“Fashion artists,” Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren created a collection to make Picasso proud. And Matisse. And possibly maybe Modigliani. This may be Viktor & Rolf's most artistically literal and referential collection to date. The all-white couture assemblages embraced the cubist art movement in the form of wearable art. Once again, Viktor & Rolf got a chance to showoff their ridiculous sculptural skills. It's really mind-blowing. (And mesmerizing!) Towards the end of the collection, the models were consumed by the clothing, covering the faces and towering over their head. Moda Operandi will be carrying a capsule collection of these pieces, though I am pretty sure they'll be modified but nonetheless fabulous.