Runway

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 12, 2017

    Dion Lee Fall/Winter 2017

    It was another neutral moment for Dion Lee this season, save for a few pops of color like cerulean blue, burnt sienna, or hunter green, and the electric orange backdrop. The designer cited chain jewelry as an inspiration, which popped up in the form of army-like sashes across the bodice, ’90s chain wallets hanging from pants, and chic versions

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 12, 2017

    No After-Party: Alexander Wang Fall/Winter 2017

    “No After-Party” was printed in red at the bottom of the Alexander Wang invitation for the Fall/Winter 2017 show. No one seemed to believe it, however. Before entering the venue in Harlem, guests were audibly mumbling about the after-party. That intensified when, upon walking into the venue, guests were greeted by giant stacks of Peroni kegs and were handed

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 12, 2017

    Tibi Fall/Winter 2017

    Merci Tibi for this much needed burst of color! Many of the runways have been moody and dark this season in the wake of a tumultuous 2016, but designer Amy Smilovic has plenty of reason to feel upbeat. While other New York designers are reaching their first decade, Smilovic is celebrating her 20th year in

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 12, 2017

    Jonathan Simkhai Fall/Winter 2017

    Jonathan Simkhai’s collection this season was an exercise in opulence. The elaborate looks were thanks to the designer’s love of old-world Spain and its architecture, and the best ones were the first to walk the runway: a Matador-inspired high-waisted black pantsuit with a cropped jacket and a beautiful dress with a circular motif. A cream bell-sleeved crop-top with

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 11, 2017

    Jeremy Scott Fall/ Winter 2017

    Elvis! Michael Jackson! Marie Antoinette! Jesus on Gigi! If you’re feeling starry eyed after that onslaught of imagery, you should be. The front-of-house at Scott’s show all wore t-shirts by the designer with the numbers of congressmen on the back, making it clear ahead of time that this would be a not so subtle jab

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 11, 2017

    Cushnie et Ochs Fall/ Winter 2017

    Va va va voom! Cushnie et Ochs has always been about body clinging silhouettes and to top it off there was plenty of cleavage this season, but what ultimately makes this label so sexy is that Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs have a way of making it all look sophisticated. Next year the duo will

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 11, 2017

    Nicole Miller Fall/ Winter 2017

    “Gypsy Grunge” was the message behind Nicole Miller’s Fall 2017 show, but it was really about Miller’s downtown New York stomping grounds. There was plenty of leather, denim, black over coats, the requisite fur-trimmed military coat, plaids, floral dresses, and bombers—all things that rose to prominence on the runway from the streets of the Big

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 11, 2017

    Tanya Taylor Fall/Winter 2017

    The kimono has seen plenty of interpretations on the runways, yet Tanya Taylor’s approach this season was fresh, loose, and modern. For her Fall ’17 collection, presented at Pearl River Mart (a stone’s throw from her studio), Taylor didn’t look as much to the garment’s traditional silhouette, but tapped into the color palette and patterns that decorated Meisen robes of the early 1920s.

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 11, 2017

    Jason Wu Fall/Winter 2017

    Wu-hoo! It’s not easy staying on top, but Jason Wu has managed to do just that ever since his debut a decade ago. Wu is just 34 years old and his eponymous label just turned 10. The designer’s fateful decision to transition from dressing dolls to designing the real deal proved fruitful. This season, Wu

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  • The Daily Front Row | February 10, 2017

    ADEAM Fall/Winter 2017

    Gothic Lolita! Hanako Maeda is at her best when infusing elements of Japanese culture into contemporary silhouettes. For Fall ’17, she interpreted Harajuku through a ’90s lens. Platform Mary Janes, ring chokers, and dramatically proportioned sleeves are nothing especially new, but Maeda’s twists and tweaks ensure that novelty is always achieved. Dark romance came courtesy of

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