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New York Fashion Week spring–summer 2013, day five: elegant and glamorous


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Filed by Lucire staff/September 11, 2012/12.46




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Above Norisol Ferrari.

If you’ve been following Lucire’s Twitter feed, you’ll know our Angela Gilltrap had a fantastic time at Norisol Ferrari, whose collection based itself on blacks, whites, greys and caramel—a consequence of the designer’s upbringing around black-and-white television. The collection, which Ferrari says is best embodied by Eartha Kitt because of her sensuality and elegance, found its inspiration in the streets of New York—and one New York legend, 81-year-old model Carmen dell’Orefice, walked her runway wearing a caramel gown. Carol Alt, another native New Yorker, also walked Ferrari’s spring runway.
   Carolina Herrera knows her customer well and advancing her style sufficiently to stay ahead of current trends. Shorts were in, especially paired with jackets, whether fitted or pleated, while cream and pastels—occasionally straying into brighter reds and oranges—kept spring light and bright.
   Farah Angsana upped the glamour quotient for spring–summer 2013, in a particularly shiny and shimmery collection at New York Fashion Week. The use of satin, lace, chiffon, sequins and jewels stayed true to Angsana’s approach. Joy Cioci also stayed true to hers, delivering an intricate, romantic collection, giving a sense of glamour to the season.
   A more detailed report featuring other day five designers, including Carlos Miele and Reem Acra, will follow after the week. Our live player, meanwhile, can be found here.



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Above Carolina Herrera.

Norisol Ferrari

Carolina Herrera

Farah Angsana

Mark McNairy

Joy Cioci

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