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Message from NY Fashion Week: Consumer choices
“This collection is an exploration of artistry, technique and heritage coming together to redefine the glamour of the cosmopolitan woman,” the show’s notes read.
Broad-shouldered fashionistas, rejoice: There are runway fashions for you, too.
Krakoff showed jackets and coats aplenty with extra roomy shoulders _ a boxy shearling jacket, for example, over a silk dress, provided a contrast of heavy and light. Or a jacket in two shades of gray _ fancier, but still with very loose, broad shoulders _ falling easily over a matching wrap dress, its slit adding a touch of sexiness.
Krakoff, the creative director of Coach, naturally likes leather. He presented lots of thin “paper leather” _ in shirts, quilted jackets, a dress.
He mixed sleek stripes, checks, plaids, prints and jacquard, all “thrown together so it makes fashion.”
The fashion mainstay used red, black and gray stripes in dresses and separates, sometimets sewn together in panels on a garment. He used the pattern on a dress paired with a black bolero jacket. The print matched the models’ red-soled Christian Louboutin shoes.
He leaned on the silhouette of an egg in skirts and the bottom of dresses.
Ten years is worth celebrating in the fashion business, and Sarafpour pulled out the stops for her party dresses.
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