Artfully slung or perched on a black wooden ladder, exposed zippers rocked python patterned leather and suede, all kept within a dark color range fit for the edgy consumer to accessorize with reptiles. The designer herself was in attendance, ensuring glasses were kept filled to the brim and posing for press snapshots. For a while, at least, I forgot about the torrential downpour deluging Manhattan outside. Shop her collection here.
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Whimsical and fairy tale-like, Graham’s collection this season recalls the romantic aesthetics of yesteryear, but makes his garments wearable for the now. The designer fused earth tones with red, black, floral, and a greener aquamarine to create a endearing-yet-edgy collection suitable for both scuttling across pavement or skipping through a pasture. The A-line shape appeared again, accompanied by draped dresses, fitted skirts and cropped pants falling just-below-the-knee , layered with loose fitting blouses, lace vests and tight geometric patterns. His first shoe collection (all ankle boots, both wedged and heeled) proved the perfect agent to seduce the audience, wooing in shades of olive, taupe, and red.