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Mood board: It appeared as though Jason Wu had cut his Boss collection with a scalpel for A/W, drawing architectural lines and folds on hard-edge, double faced wools and flannels.Best in show: One particularly fetching, body-skimming grey wool dress came with a sliced out bodice that looked like window slits onto the skin.Finishing touches: This was a show with great footwear, namely the perfectly proportioned riding boots that featured calfskin fronts and grey wool covering the backs.
New York Womenswear A/W 2015 Shows
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