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  • Show Review Cinq à Sept Spring 2017
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    Jane Siskin's Cinq à Sept label burst onto the scene with Pre-Fall 2016: a line that has already garnered fans including Bella Hadid, Karolina Kurkova, and Chriselle Lim. Her latest for Spring 2017 layered it on—quite literally. Neutral tones played against hot pink and chartreuse and chunky, lace-up boots anchored the looks with edge and that quintessential New York City grit. A chic crop top boasted a choker neckline, spelling out the French phrase, Oui or Non?—speaking to the cheeky, come hither sensibility of the collection's boudoir-inspired flair. A high-waist ruffle skirt featured a slit cut up to the thigh and a pair of high-waist, paneled leggings were emblazoned with Rendez-vous Chez Moi. Talk about flirty. Florals were juxtaposed against classic stripes, offset by another elegant choker in velvet—uplifted with Ce Soir text. An ankle-grazing leopard coat felt like the perfect, bold transition piece once warmer temps abound, though an off-the-shoulder cargo jacket felt like something we've already seen quite a bit in Resort: from Monse specifically. It was a gorgeous piece nonetheless and will definitely come in at a more affordable price point for those looking to capture the look without completely shattering the bank. An off-the-shoulder, button-front dress with a tie-waist and smocked neckline felt decidedly modern and fresh layered over wide-leg, snap-front pants. And the silhouette was iterated on in a more curve-hugging fashion, in a zip-front denim dress that was just the right piece for a night out or fashionable fête. Waist-cinching belts were beautiful, but felt extraneous in the midst of all the lovely layering and eye-catching accents. But one look that did get excess right was a black bustier top paired with a white lace-up, crop top with billowing sleeves—anchored with high-waist flares with seamed detailing. It was a beautiful blend of retro and modernity and wearing each piece alone would be equally impactful. The assortment seemed easily flexible into the modern day woman's wardrobe, brimming with the kind of ease and sultriness that is standout, but not overbearing. The designs literally felt like pieces you might see on fashion's It girls right now: a very good sign and a pronouncement that might come to fruition by Fashion Month's end. Thoughts on the latest from Cinq à Sept? Images: Vogue.com
  • Ruffles redefine romance at NYFW
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    Occasionally, certain trims seem to go away for a while – for better or for worse and whether it’s warranted or not. Sometimes it’s because they’ve become outdated...
  • Adam Selman Ready To Wear Spring Summer 2017 New York
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    If ruffles weren’t as obvious or pronounced in Adam Selman’s collection, they were certainly an added element that made for a feminine touch, possibly even a girly one. In some cas...
  • COS 2016 Fall / Winter Campaign
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    Swedish fashion brand COS pictures its fall-winter 2016 campaign by the sea with images captured by Karim Sadli. Focusing on the concept of ‘New Nature’, the pictures star model Vanessa Axente. Stylist Jonathan Kaye spotlights oversized coats, tailored separates and sheer sportswear. The clothing is inspired by the paintings of Lynette Yiadom Boakye including navy, …
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