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New York Fashion Week Fall 2013: Best Of

Tiequin Roquerre |
February 14, 2013 | 5:02 p.m. PST

Staff Reporter

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Marchesa FW13 RTW (Twitpic)
Marchesa FW13 RTW (Twitpic)


Inspired by Francisco de Goya’s “Portrait of Maria Teresa de Vallabriga on Horseback,” Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman’s collection is reminiscent of the17th century European Aristocrats. Feminine silhouettes embellished with gold and silver embroidery were crafted from luxurious materials. The designers balanced these dramatic looks with silks, satins and sheer gauze, playing with a red color palette. This is a collection fit for royalty.


Anna Sui FW13 RTW (Twitpic)
Anna Sui FW13 RTW (Twitpic)

Anna Sui

Describing her collection as French New Wave and Jean Luc Godard-inspired, Anna Sui’s lineup was young and fun! She encompassed the feel of Godard’s film sets, basing her color palette off his set designs. The colorful palette included shades of red, blue, black and white. Bright, bold patterns and faux-fur jackets worked to give the clothes a 60's feel. Peter Pan collars and beaded neckties paired with cropped jackets and patterned cardigans added a masculine feel to the otherwise feminine collection. Anna Sui has, once again, shown that she is the queen of cool and funky.

Proenza FW13 RTW (Twitpic)
Proenza FW13 RTW (Twitpic)

Proenza Schouler

Minimalistic chic, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez created a fabulously effortless collection of clean, tailored silhouettes. The color story was white, gray and black with only hints of subtle pastels. Diverging from their usual tougher street style, this lineup has a controlled girlish flare. Structured pieces constructed from leather, tweed, and suede were balanced by lighter pieces with movement. Sophistication to the max!

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