The show notes at BCBG Max Azria cited Bauhaus style as a primary inspiration for Max and Lubov Azria’s fall collection. What they really meant was colorblocking, a trend they seized upon relentlessly on outerwear, straight silk dresses with long sleeves, jumpsuits with full legs and even furs. It was most effective in the neutral groups in breezy combinations of ivory and gray. In between was a cacophonic interlude of mishmashed colors — patchworks of neons, rusty browns, sour greens and vaguely folksy prints — that yielded a look that mixed sporty and bohemian.

The show notes at BCBG Max Azria cited Bauhaus style as a primary inspiration for Max and Lubov Azria’s fall collection. What they really meant was colorblocking, a trend they seized upon relentlessly on outerwear, straight silk dresses with long sleeves, jumpsuits with full legs and even furs. It was most effective in the neutral groups in breezy combinations of ivory and gray. In between was a cacophonic interlude of mishmashed colors — patchworks of neons, rusty browns, sour greens and vaguely folksy prints — that yielded a look that mixed sporty and bohemian.

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