In 2008, Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs launched their own label together. Now, Cushnie et Ochs has continued to firmly stand by the brand’s core of sleek, minimalist sexiness since the beginning and they have built a successful business on slick architecture-inspired dresses, often with a cool cut-out here and there. Their Fall 2018 collection, which was their 10th anniversary show had models emerge from behind a scrim in evening silhouettes that skimmed their curves like liquid mercury. The show opened with a white feather-trimmed dress with slivers cut out at the shoulder, hip and up the leg. A mauve satin blouse draped into a deep-V and tucked into matching wide-leg pants was covered up but impossibly seductive. There were pops of fuchsia, shiny silver, black and gold all worked on monochromatic looks that made the women look like statues of sensuality — strong but soft enough they didn’t look cut from stone. In all, it was a beautiful showcase. See the full runway showcase in our gallery.