Daily Front Row Fall/Winter 2011 Review


New York Fall 2011… Malandrino…

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With the models perched on pedestals in a raw, light-flooded space in the former New York Times building, Malandrino’s newest collection could suit both Carine and Emmanuelle. With bold trenches, chubby, luxe furs and plenty of wry haberdashery, Malandrino gave a playful touch to Parisian dressing. “It’s about that je ne sais quoi that comes from the scarf and finishes with a pair of eyeglasses and a men’s hat,” Malandrino said. The melding of wide trousers and touches of tweed with sensually textured frocks in shades of emerald, bright red and rich purples created Malandrino’s vision of a “masculine wardrobe with a feminine, sensual lightness with some eccentricity.”