For Fall/Winter 2017, Rochambeau presented a collection honoring New York City and punk culture, “we wanted our guy to look like he just left a Black Flag concert,” commented Laurence Chandler, who designs for Rochambeau alongside Joshua Cooper. Models glistened with sweat as they marched down the runway, donning punchy corals and teals and punk-inspired accessories such as safety pin earrings, fishnet masks and chain links. Dripping paint graphics, denim overalls and worker jackets highlighted utility aesthetics, while footwear by PUMA grounded the street-inspired slant. Menswear classics were revisited with contemporary tailoring — a houndstooth coat enlarged to modern proportions, pinstripe trousers hung loosely below disheveled shirts, and flowy white silk blouses dampened for a transparent, clingy effect — as blouses and jackets nonchalantly drooped off shoulders. The collection also includes collaborative efforts with singer, composer and visual artist Mark Mothersbaugh, with the artist’s paint drips and illustrations on several garments.