Women never tire of the iconic Hervé Léger bandage dress, and season after season, designer Lubov Azria continues to inject new appeal into the Hollywood set's wardrobe staple.
For Spring/Summer 2015 at NYFW, she took inspiration from Japanese female warriors, who fought alongside the samurai, exploring new silhouettes with kimono sleeves and draped origami folds in muted pastels and electro-bright hues.
Hervé Léger's warrior women looked ready for battle (at the cocktail bar) in embellished dresses that highlighted the bust, waist and hips with beading, corset-like detailing, metal crochet accents and plenty of eye-catching hardware embellishments.
Check out the highlights from the show below - which one do you think Hervé Léger-devotee Kim Kardashian will wear first?
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