From the very beginning of planning the label Foo and Foo’s first runway show, Elizabeth Hilfiger knew she had to do something big. She started on location. And it’s certainly not a place that show-goers will soon forget. The Los Angeles-based designer acquired a sprawling master kitchen supply store in New York City’s Lower East Side and sent models down an aisle lined with industrial cookware and pots and pans. So I wanted something utilitarian.” Hilfiger talks about her logo-heavy workwear this season, which features technical fabrics typically worn by Olympians and construction workers to shed heat. (“I hate being hot—I just become a raging bitch,” the designer quips about what inspired the collaboration.) Attendees included Daphne Guinness and Tommy That included Hilfiger (who, you guessed it, happens to be her father). Jordan Barrett and Stella Maxwell also appeared, but the most notable model was Bella Hadid, who wore a head-to-toe hood. She showed up at the venue dressed in a hood and took a sneak peek at the collection.