Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor called their second Skaist-Taylor collection “autobiographical,” referencing Studio 54 and California casual luxe. Working a palette of pink, teal, black and bronze, the designers played down the bohemian vibe in favor of a high-low mix, such as cotton T-shirts paired with Mongolian-lamb collars. Built around shapely crepe minidresses, skinny leather pants, strong-shouldered silk tops and a flurry of fur (both real and faux), the playful collection seemed tailor-made for the grown-up rock groupie.

Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor called their second Skaist-Taylor collection “autobiographical,” referencing Studio 54 and California casual luxe. Working a palette of pink, teal, black and bronze, the designers played down the bohemian vibe in favor of a high-low mix, such as cotton T-shirts paired with Mongolian-lamb collars. Built around shapely crepe minidresses, skinny leather pants, strong-shouldered silk tops and a flurry of fur (both real and faux), the playful collection seemed tailor-made for the grown-up rock groupie.

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