Jan 19, 2017 | By Jian DeLeon
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New York: While many who show at Lincoln Center try to match the big stage with bold, flashy clothing, Steven Alan opted to keep the mood refreshingly normal for his first appearance at the esteemed venue. The post-pop musicians of the 60s were his muses, in particular, the French chanteuse Françoise Hardy. Like Hardy’s inimitable model of effortlessness, the collection had a warm folk bent in the cashmere turtlenecks, natty peacoats and leather knapsacks of a travellin’ man; while schoolboy blazers and too-short trousers echoed the androgynous uniform of the era’s artists and hipsters. All were mixed in disheveled layers that heightened the nonchalant attitude. Urban or rural, man or woman, the collection’s admirable ease stood as testament to the timelessness of American sportswear.—Nivara Xaykao
Silhouette: Boyish dishevelment
Color: Wheat nubuck / Chambray / Navy / Oatmeal / Heather grey / Espresso
Key Items: Cashmere turtleneck / Shirtdress / Tunic + pant matched set / Fisherman sweater / Thrift store peacoat / Color-blocked sweatshirt / Banded trousers / Carnaby plaid suit / Leather mini
Materials: Velvet / Shearling / Laundered leather / Chambray / Super 130s wool / Fleece / Mohair
Print + Pattern: Grid plaid / Pindots / Pinstripes / Watercolor florals
Details + Trim: Elasticized ankles
Accessories + Footwear: Oxford wedge / Desert Chelsea boots / Geo leather backpack / Silk Scarf / Riding cap
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