Spinning off his men’s line, Greg Armas, who also owns the store Assembly New York on the Lower East Side, showed his first women’s collection. It featured some great men’s wear-inspired looks with hints of the Thirties, including a group of superwide-leg trousers that ranged from slouchy to tailored, high-waisted to cropped, as well as a white long wool coat paired with a gray turtleneck and terra cotta-dyed denim skirt.

Spinning off his men’s line, Greg Armas, who also owns the store Assembly New York on the Lower East Side, showed his first women’s collection. It featured some great men’s wear-inspired looks with hints of the Thirties, including a group of superwide-leg trousers that ranged from slouchy to tailored, high-waisted to cropped, as well as a white long wool coat paired with a gray turtleneck and terra cotta-dyed denim skirt.

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