NEW YORK — Although the word "knockoff" has negative connotations in the fashion business, this season’s European and U.S. designer collections have paved the path with strong trends that Seventh Avenue suit and dressmakers have adapted for their customers.

While last spring’s boho-peasant styles may have made sense for fashionistas in Saint-Tropez, caftans for lunch at the Four Seasons in New York would turn heads with unforgiving affectations. So a return to more conventional, even traditional style was embraced wholeheartedly by mainstream ready-to-wear firms.

To Read the Full Article

Tap into our Global Network

Of Industry Leaders and Designers

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus