Fashion Editorial

NYFW | Narciso Rodriguez Fall 2015 RTW Runway


Fall’s outing emphasized a long, slender silhouette, made even lankier by the massive, sculptural platform heels (Rodriguez called them clogs, but these seemed far too sexy for the term) that elevated many of the looks. Lean, color-blocked sleeveless coats were layered atop stocking-like knits and magnificently cut high-waisted flared trousers; dresses had angular, asymmetric hems that swirled beguilingly around the calves. Jumpsuits were another bright spot: One would be hard-pressed to choose between a sleek, long-sleeved stretch-leather-and-neoprene number or a double-knit sleeveless version, a lace bodysuit visible beneath its sheer bodice.The Indian influence seeped through in the colors—a standout side-slit column coat in rosy peach; a sharp day dress in marigold crepe; blush and sherbet orange and lemon versions of those perfect, perfect pants.And a series of dresses sported intricately embroidered bodices; some pieced together different floral motifs, while more abstract, graphic styles with 3-D beads were based on Rodriguez’s freehand drawings. All felt fresh, as did the closing look: a one-shouldered bias-cut top in bonded silk—worn with the trousers and a Möbius-strip cuff bracelet—with a long back panel that caught the breeze like a sail


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