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Summary: Tony Cohen‘s Fall ’08 collection was filled with "I’d wear that" dresses, jackets, and separates. The models looked so comfortable in these easy going pieces, which included a slew of little black dresses, and a "little black skirt" that would be perfect for many occasions. The ruffled leather jackets and coat were standouts. The butterfly winging and draping on some of the dresses seemed a bit overdone, yet stopped just short of becoming tacky. All of the pieces were soft, cool, had unusual twists and a lot of movement. The "NoDressCode" label now makes sense, as any of these piece would be appropriate and very tasteful almost everywhere.
Color Palette: black, aubergine, slate, lavender, ink, purple, bronze, pink, and raspberry
Textures & Details: silk wool,silk mesh, silk chiffon, silk jersey,silk cashmere, angora wool, hand textured silk wool, ruffled leather, hand knotting, beading, pleated interwoven panels, pleating, tucking and ostrich plumes
Key Looks: twilight origami silk crepe dress and leather ruffled biker jacket; rouched slate dress with silk cashmere sleeves and tuscan lamb leather short sleeve biker jacket, kubic print silk jersey cascade dress; grey cashmere front pleated and ribbed tunic; hand beaded draped raspberry silk chiffon dress
Photos: Mercedes Benz/Getty
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nice and amazing..its gr8