Tome's runway show was all about girl power. Designers Ramon Martin and Ryan Lobo debuted their fall/winter 2016 collection Sunday, Valentine's Day, at Manhattan's Moynihan Station, kicking off Day 4 of New York Fashion Week.
The designers, who launched the Australian label in 2011, said their inspiration this season was the "feminist art practices" from artists Barbara Kruger and Mona Hatoum. Last season, Tome used artist Fiona Hall as their muse.
"The blood red, black, white and grey newsprint humor of Kruger's sloganeering of U.S. culture intercepts with the dark, razor sharp politics of Hatoum's sculptural commentary upon Middle Eastern (and global) issues," Martin and Lobo told attendees. "This is a globally minded collection at a time when the world needs hope and love."
Among the stunning, clean-cut collection were form-fitting and feminine trench coats in neutral colors, deep v-neck blouses and dresses and dark brown fur coats and shawls. The brand also showcased their version of denim jeans by mixing and matching different hues and textures.
Since its launch, many celebrities have been spotted wearing Tome's runway looks, including Amal Clooney, Sarah Jessica Parker, Amber Heard, Kate Bosworth, Solonge Knowles, Katharine McPhee and Rebecca Hall.
Take a look at some of Tome's New York Fashion Week 2016 collection below.