Luella Bartley

Bartley started her show doing classic looks: polos, casual crisp khakis, slim white jeans with a blazer, and referee striped shirts, then flowed into adding the Luella twist: the same skinny jeans with oversized mens shirts in bright colors, string bikinis with a cropped snakeprint motorcycle jacket, and flouncy minidresses. And it wouldn’t be a Luella show without accessories, which…
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Behnaz Sarafpour

Sarafpour’s spring presentation was held at the Tiffany’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue, and it was a fitting setting for the collection. The clothes, with an Asian influence, included A-line skirts in cotton and stamped silk, kimono-like tops with satin sashes, short floral print dresses and chinosere print dresses and tops. The end of the show featured her signature trenches…
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Tuleh

Designer Bryan Bradley and creative director/main muse Amanda Brooks of Tuleh create utterly pretty clothes for high society. This season, Tuleh kept the lady like fashions but added a bit of an edge to all that sugar. Along with empire waist chiffon blouses, boxy jackets, snakeskin print satin dresses and skirts, and long trumpet satin skirts, there were rubber raincoats…
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Zac Posen

Posen’s show, sponsored by Cartier, was themed “Trinity,” after one of the jeweler’s signature lines. The show was divided into three distinct sections, but there was a disconnect between them, and each section could have been a show all its own. The first part was an airy group of white separates, ranging from loose pantsuits, paneled silk skirts, and georgette…
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Matthew Williamson

Williamson’s look has always been about color, color, color, and this season did not disappoint. White capri pants, denim cutoffs and flowy khakis mixed with floral chiffon tops and cropped tees, sherbet striped sweaters, and fitted blazers. The second half of the show featured colorful dresses in cotton with smocking around the arms, slim feather weight tees, and dresses dripping…
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