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Fashion Friday: Favorite Looks from New York Fashion Week — Part 2

Last week, in part one of our “Favorite Looks from New York Fashion Week,” we reported that as New York Fashion Week (NYFW) came to a close, the fashion pages and blogs were abuzz with reviews of the latest unveilings from top shelf designers of what to look forward to for the Fall 2016 season. What we saw included collections that lingered on abstract prints, geometric shapes, palettes in pink, and flowing silhouettes.

In part two of our recap of NYFW 2016, we share a second round of favorites from the collections of Calvin Klein, Vera Wang, Michael Kors, and Vivienne Tam. 

 

Calvin Klein | calvinklein.com

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This season, the Calvin Klein Collection represented a sensual exploration of urban eroticism, deconstructed proportions and luxe fabrics. The interplay between his and hers dressing continues to be key, with suits comprised of precisely tailored jackets and soft wide leg trousers. Light and sultry shift dresses are emphasized by deep v necklines and unraveled hems. Inspired by the unfettered nature inherent in both the city and the wild, the collection features an unexpected assortment of plaid, Prince of Wales check, and pinstripe prints as well as oversized faux fur collars and gloves and digital coyote, lynx and skunk prints. (Source: Calvin Klein Collection)

 

Vera Wang |  verawang.com

A photo posted by Monika Kinclova (@moncakinclovaofficial) on Feb 24, 2016 at 12:34pm PST

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