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Vera Wang Lavender Label

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NEW YORK… Vera Wang kicked off New York Fashion Week a day early, showing her lower-priced line Lavender Label at West Village restaurant Babbo. It was a far cry from the hullabaloo of the tents, a genteel setting for a genteel collection that harked back in places to the fifties. Key details such as slender, long lines on pants, sheaths and coats, grey flannel and brocade, pops of fur, colorful opaque tights and super sexy high heeled sandals represented the expected shape of things to come this week.

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