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Topic - Monique Lhuillier
One of the most talked-about events of the week was Alexander Wang's show scheduled Saturday night in the Brooklyn Navy Yard. It's an interesting venue but one that's not familiar to most New Yorkers.
It's hard to think of Monique Lhuillier as having a darker side, but there it was, though still playful and girlie.
Opulent Art Deco touches and intense tones of malachite green, oxblood red and amethyst were Monique Lhuillier's red carpet calling cards Saturday at New York Fashion Week.
Style looks a little different when it comes through a Hollywood lens, and shoppers often like what they see.
There's always someone who takes the high-fashion risk on the Emmy red carpet. The question for the Sunday night ceremony at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles is: Who'll be wearing it?
Newly single Heidi Klum might not stay that way for long: Her seafoam-green gown made waves on the Emmy red carpet with a plunging front, plunging back and slits up-to-there, leaving very little in the middle.
"There's a lot of fishnet lace, which in the past would have been floral lace, but this season is about abstract embellishments," Lhuillier said.
Lhuillier said she was influenced by architecture and contemporary art merged with old world Parisian couture techniques she researched.