NYFW: Christian Siriano's Spring 2018 collection was made for the red carpet

Marah Alindogan

Christian Siriano's Spring 2018 collection was a total dream.

The designer unveiled his latest collection during New York Fashion Week with hues that totally scream spring -- shades of lime, magenta, and cobalt blue. If you're familiar with Siriano's work, you know that voluminous pieces -- think billowy sleeves and immaculate ball gowns -- are his true love. For Siriano, it's go big or go home. And he definitely went big.

Siriano continued his message of inclusivity at his latest unveiling.

Coca Rocha, a Siriano muse, opened the show in a show in a floral brocade cut-out top and matching cropped trousers. She was followed by male model Austin Kairis in a puff-sleeved blazer and cropped trousers in the same bold pattern.

In the middle of the show, trans model Avie Acosta hit the runway in a dreamy black chiffon gown.

The industry's top curvy models also strutted down the runway, looking flawless, no doubt, in Siriano's pieces.

Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Leslie Jones, the show's designated hype woman, sat front row and cheered on as models like Marquita Pring, Candice Huffine and Jocelyn Corona walked by. Jones hoot and hollered as every model hit the runway -- and the audience was totally there for it.


Our favorites? A voluminous black ball gown with a sky-high slit that has Reese Witherspoon's name written all over it. One of the last pieces to hit the runway was a magenta-hued gown with an ornate neckline that was truly made for Lady Gaga.

For the complete collection, click on the slideshow above.

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