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Overland’s ‘70s rock roots showed up in a shiny print of grass green, mauve and orange she used on a quilted jacket and a long-sleeved dress.

The Norwegian-born Overland worked in mint against quilted squares of shimmery abalone that accented textured cropped tops and a belted jacket dress.

The designer ventured onto the ice herself in heels for a farewell with her famous skater guest.

Wonder if the models got any of the free hot chocolate.


The young favorite of first lady Michelle Obama created belted down jackets, vests and coats using a bright blue and red “Masai” plaid.

He gathered another tribal print of daffodil and olive into a miniskirt in front with a train behind, paired with a black zip top.

Golden yellow fabric trimmed with mink hung behind a model’s shoulder on one charmeuse dress. Another was in brilliant purple. A nubby tweed in yellow and black was used on a sleeveless blazer paired with black denim cigarette pants.

Thakoon designs have an “unexpected modernity,” said Ken Downing, fashion director for Neiman Marcus, before the show began.

“He’s really brilliant at cutting a dress,” Downing said. “There’s a lovely romance to it. What we love about Thakoon is that he loves that splash of color.”


Lam played with texture and layers, experimenting with new fabrics to achieve a winter-friendly look without the bulk.

Lush fur and fuzzy shearling played against supple lambskins and doubleface wool, with fluid, silklike layers underneath. Lam used a subtle palette of black, indigo, smoke blue and olive with strategic splashes of red and burgandy, as in the small touches on a chintz tweed trouser.

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