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February 8, 2013 | By Booth Moore
Los Angeles-based label BCBG kicked off New York Fashion Week at Lincoln Center on Friday morning, with Max and Lubov Azria showing their fall-winter 2013 collection. The look: Urban bedouin if there is such a thing, with layered loose silk pants, tunics and dresses in laser-cut mosaic-like patterns, worn with fun multicolored, patterned fur coats and baseball jackets. Thigh-high leather legging-boots and slouchy cashmere beanies added a streetwise edge. Palette included blue, burgundy, black and white.
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February 10, 2013 | By Booth Moore
NEW YORK -- Jeans covered in tiny baguette crystals, a blue shearling denim jacket and glitter-dusted T-shirts, oh my. Interior decorator-fashion designer Kelly Wearstler brought her eclectic L.A. sense of glam to New York Fashion Week on Friday, presenting her fall-winter 2013 collection in her showroom off 12th Avenue, with an expansive view of the Hudson outside the window. The look: 1980s glam rock, but with a comfortable L.A. spin. The colors were incredible - plum, turquoise, indigo etc. And so was her new foray into denim.
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September 7, 2012 | By Booth Moore, Fashion Critic
NEW YORK - The designer: Jason Wu showed his spring-summer 2013 collection at New York Fashion Week on Friday. You will remember he was a relative unknown when in 2009 First Lady Michelle Obama chose his dreamy white, one-shoulder gown to wear on inauguration night. Since then, he's added accessories to the mix and a lower-priced collection that will launch for spring 2013. Named after his house mascot and logo, an owl, Miss Wu will retail exclusively at Nordstrom stores. But on the runway, he showed his higher-end main collection, which considering the subject matter, could well be referred to as Mrs. Wu. PHOTOS: NYFW celebrity sightings The inspiration: The sexually-charged photos of Helmut Newton and the dream-like photos of Lillian Bassman.
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