Diego Rivera’s MoMA exhibition led Steven Alan to his south-of-the-border inspiration, where Baja blankets and buffalo plaids gave a homespun feel to his tailored suiting and oversize shirtdresses, while chunky sweaters hand made in Uruguay topped prim silk skirt sets. It was all the sort of wearable fare with just the right amount of hipster cred, balanced by a touch of evening trimmed with gold brocade and lace. Alan went dressier than usual with his men’s group, offering a substantial amount of suits and blazers, all of it with a slim fit and subtle details. Key outerwear pieces included a cropped leather jacket with a cinched waist and a waxed cotton parka.

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