I’ve always found it somewhat difficult to understand how a designer can single-handedly create a menswear collection and a womenswear collection while not blurring the lines of both and still put out something aesthetically well-regarded. B Michael is one of the few designers in this world that has done that in the past and for Fall 2015 he continues that tradition. Michael’s collection is a sophisticated portrait of a woman (and man) that’s entirely sharp. His oversized collared dresses flare out in black and gold metallic goodness, his deep black and red dotted dress shows a curved silhouette while flaring out and flowing out, his black strapless gown has a slender shimmer that begs for a red carpet. His LBD comes with no tricks just a well constructed manner. Cross over and you see men’s blazers with deep lines and abstract feather-like print, it moves without movement. The elements of the menswear and the womenswear are wholly different and distinct. B Michael fans will take to this collection because he doesn’t deviate from his strengths and for Fall 2015 its very welcome.