Fashion Editorial

NYFW | Zac Posen Fall 2015 RTW Runway

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Zac Posen’s got a new attitude. For fall, the designer homed in on ease and fluidity, eschewing the voluminous and sculptural evening looks for which he is known in favor of leaner silhouettes — largely in jersey — with engineered pleating and draping allowing for a new sense of movement. Posen’s daywear contained plenty of smartly tailored looks, accessorized with his signature eyewear and mink neck scarves. There were beaded cashmere cardigans, double-faced floor-length coats, tweed bonded crepe jackets with soft shoulders and flared stovepipe pants in shades of plum, oxblood and green. A burgundy mink belted trench oozed glamour. Naomi Campbell closed the show in the show’s only bonafide ballgown — a voluminous metallic ruby paillette taffeta number, almost Jeff Koons-esque in its architecture — which Posen referred to as “a surprise; just a tease.” It felt as if he was saying, “Don’t worry guys, it’s me, I’m still here.”

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