It rocked, it rolled. It swung from high romance to tough chic à la the Nineties. But one thing’s for sure: Nothing beats the diversity seen here during fashion week.
Veteran Atil Kutoglu offered some fresh additions to his traditional lineup. Namely, his drop-waisted tops and a sexy black knit dress offered a nice balance to the darker mood of the shiny black leather pleated jackets and skirts. At first glance, David Rodriguez’s clothes seemed tailored and almost conservative. But a closer view revealed his light-handed way with unusual ornamentation, especially with an Eastern flavor — little silver bells trimming a gray pantsuit or a silvery tulle dress. Occasionally, details like beaded flowers or fur collars overwhelmed otherwise flattering lines, but usually, the effect was lovely and ladylike.
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