BCBG Max Azria


New York: Max and Lubov Azria stepped away from their signature sexy party dresses this season with a more sober collection that still projected the ease and appeal for which the brand is known. Broad stripes that outlined the handkerchief hemlines of dresses and tops and colorblocked geometric shapes recalled the Russian Constructivist art movement. Sheer white or black long-sleeved knit tops and opaque white tights were the foundational pieces for most of the looks, making for a cohesive, strong statement. The palette was mostly somber blacks, pale greys and olive-tinted browns, with hits of optimistic yellows and blues. Despite the serious, arty bent, the line offered many covetable pieces that are sure to fly off the racks.

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