Oct 16, 2018 | By Nigel Taylor
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New York: A lively production at the Soho Grand Hotel marked What Goes Around Comes Around’s first fashion week runway show, as the renowned vintage retailer presented the latest looks from its vintage-inspired house label. Items from the relatively new “Custom Vintage” line, in which company co-founders Gerard Maione and Seth Weisser rework and enhance selections from their vintage collection, were also styled into the mix. The looks presented had a retro, bohemian-jetset feel, and the mood was enhanced by energetic background music from the 60s and 70s. Plush textiles, bold bohemian patterns, throwback silhouettes, and a rich autumnal color palette were defining characteristics.
Color: Scarlet red / Rust / Gold / Chestnut / Black / Teal / Navy / Emerald green
Key Items: Long-sleeved shift dress / Beaded top / Fur coat / Sleeveless jacket / High-waisted flared trouser / High-low skirt / Fur bolero / Silk jumpsuit
Materials: Silk satins / Real and faux furs / Washed lambskin / Wool coatings / Crocheted sweater knits / Velvet / Faded denim
Prints + Patterns: Leopard, sometimes in photorealistic prints / Vintage-inspired florals / Retro paisleys / Chevrons
Details + Trim: Piecing and patchwork / Fur trims / High-low and handkerchief hems / Bell sleeves / Beading / Flared pant legs / Self-belts / Embroidery
Accessories + Footwear: Patent leather platforms / Pointelle socks / Biba hats / Oblong neck scarves
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