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Where other designers have offered up a season of blinding brights, perhaps as the antidote to increasingly bleak winters, Michael Kors sent models down the runways in palpably staid shades, including plenty of a color best described as mushroom. Much of the Kors collection was layered over broomstick skirts, and slouchy peasant-like blouses; but it was strongest when its slouch was structured, as with this coat (and edgy scarf) above.
Critics are comparing the vivid speckled dresses and coats of fall’s Proenza Schouler collection to housing insulation, and could you blame them? Looks like this take print-mixing to a whole new level.
Lux snakeskins and cobalt blues defined the Reed Krakoff presentation Wednesday, but this lone look, paired with a cozy sweatshirt, showed the average young woman how she might take the looks downmarket.
Mohapatra offered a collection of perfectly sleek Oscar-worthy gowns, in shades that ranged from bright white to papaya. We want to see this number on Jennifer Lawrence.