Julia Masko leading off Geoffrey B. Small's radical "Examen Reginae" spring/summer 2016 collection show in Paris Sunday night which examined the idea of the Queen from different angles. The collection launched a bold and controversial new directional message that classic is avant-garde. And from fabric to construction, represents the world's most extensive development and investment of extreme handmade technology for a Paris designer ready to wear collection to date. The surreal performances of the modeling team from studio KLRP, set design of black plastic, cement rubble, corporate food trash and black pearls by Paul Bradley Studios UK and soundtrack of late 1970's Misfits, Sex Pistols and Ramones high speed original punk contrasted sharply with the incredible fabrics woven entirely by hand by only for us by the Colombo family in Badoere di Morgano Italy and the provocative new directional look of the collection- as 21st century queens walk their new lands, an inheritance of corporate destruction, waste, rubble and trash.