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Topic - Mary-Kate Olsen
A frigid, brutal wind was whipping off the nearby Hudson River as one approached the unassuming building in Manhattan's West Village where Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen base their high-end fashion label, The Row.
It was once again winter - cold, cold winter - that dominated the mood on the fifth day of New York Fashion Week Monday, with designers presenting variations of warm clothes on a particularly freezing day.
Mary-Kate Olsen explained after the show that she and her sister formulated their collection by focusing on shapes.
"We worked with rectangles, circles, lines - it was all about the shapes this season," she said. "And the techniques. We used similar fabrics as in the past, but we treated them differently."