What Franck Sorbier lacks in industry clout, he makes up for with creativity. The French designer, who has been carving out his couture niche for more than a decade, told a series of short stories with a display running the gamut from a chic black cocktail suit to an ethnic-inspired teepee dress. Standouts included a black peplum jacket and pencil skirt ensemble made from the densely textured, compressed fabric that is Sorbier’s hallmark, and a draped evening gown in deep red and black tie-dyed silk.

What Franck Sorbier lacks in industry clout, he makes up for with creativity. The French designer, who has been carving out his couture niche for more than a decade, told a series of short stories with a display running the gamut from a chic black cocktail suit to an ethnic-inspired teepee dress. Standouts included a black peplum jacket and pencil skirt ensemble made from the densely textured, compressed fabric that is Sorbier’s hallmark, and a draped evening gown in deep red and black tie-dyed silk.

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