New York Fashion Week started last week, launching the first of the four major international collections. The week began with shows by Nicole Miller, Naum and Verrier.
Nicole Miller presented her version of spring 2006 with empire-waisted dresses in luscious materials and pretty prints. Meanwhile Ashleigh Verrier, a former Proenza Schouler intern and Parsons School of Design graduate, debuted with a collection that recalled Matisse and the Twenties. Naum, a duo that has only just hit the catwalks, presented a vision of whites and natural earth tones in structured, minimalist silhouettes for easy, casual dressing.
The shows continued with collections from Lacoste – think bountiful tennis whites and greens, sporty princess dresses and preppy shorts and poloshirts – Kenneth Cole, Brian Reyes, United Bamboo, Tommy Hilfiger and Rodarte.
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