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NYFW Fall 2015: Calvin Klein Review

Kathy Zerbib |
February 19, 2015 | 8:47 p.m. PST

Senior Entertainment Editor

The Calvin Klein finale (Twitter/@CalvinKlein).
The Calvin Klein finale (Twitter/@CalvinKlein).
From the music to the metal detailing, Calvin Klein's Fall 2015 collection at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week is a tasteful nod to rock star Lou Reed. 

The late music artist would have thoroughly enjoyed seeing models strut down the runway to his tune in luxurious hues and patchwork embellishments. 

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Most of the 38 pieces were in black or dark brown, though some pops of color - in terracotta, burgundy, off-white, or soft pink - livened up the runway.

The daring silhouettes were not form-flattering. The designers clearly wanted to play with proportions for this collection.

Models kept hair and makeup minimal for Calvin Klein (Twitter/@InStyle).
Models kept hair and makeup minimal for Calvin Klein (Twitter/@InStyle).
The 1970s aura is especially evident in the leather outerwear - definitely tailored with fall and winter in New York in mind - and dresses.

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The models were allowed plain hair - straightened, free-flowing - as to draw the most attention possible to the outfits. Several donned accessories, most did not.

Catch a replay of the full show here.

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