Designer Leyla Piedayesh drew on a vast array of inspiration for her Spring 2016 La La Berlin collection. According to the official run of show notes, which were distributed after the show debuted yesterday as part of Copenhagen Fashion Week, these influences included her love of architecture, "house facades, light reflections in windows," and elements from her own ethnic background mixed with a modern "urban Boheme" point of view. 

All of this was brought together beautifully with a juxtaposition of bold prints (my personal favorites being the deconstructed graphics) against black and white neutrals in silhouettes that were gorgeously draped.