Nicholas Kunz’s fall outing was very black and white — literally. The first half of the show featured bone-white monochromatic tops and cozy coats layered over sweatpants for women and men, while the second half focused on to head-to-toe black ensembles. Among the standouts for women was a plaid jacket with a fur collar as well as diaphanous dresses with sweetheart necklines that came either one-shouldered or with full sleeves. For men, the feel was technical meets utilitarian centering on classics with optical depth such as nylon parkas and scoop-neck knits.

Nicholas Kunz’s fall outing was very black and white — literally. The first half of the show featured bone-white monochromatic tops and cozy coats layered over sweatpants for women and men, while the second half focused on to head-to-toe black ensembles. Among the standouts for women was a plaid jacket with a fur collar as well as diaphanous dresses with sweetheart necklines that came either one-shouldered or with full sleeves. For men, the feel was technical meets utilitarian centering on classics with optical depth such as nylon parkas and scoop-neck knits.

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