Why we all love The Row AW20
The one show that dominated my NYFW social feeds? The Row AW20. One wag described it as “the same collection I’ve been seeing for the last six seasons.” No matter; its
predictable self-assured minimalism and quiet tailoring offer something of a sartorial salve in troubled times. And after all, anti-fashion is the new Fashion. (Or something.) Highlights were the floor-nuzzling trench coats, collarless boxy jackets and full-legged pants. Plus more rollnecks layered under unadulterated shirting (also trending this season, fyi).
Also noteworthy at NYFW: Gabriela Hearst, aka ‘The American Hermes’; Debbie Harry singing ‘Dreaming’ at Coach (possibly even more exciting than the Jean-Michel Basquiat collab and the downtown eighties styling); and Marc Jacobs’ New York nostalgia dressed up in a contemporary dance-off…
IMAGES: The Row AW20
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16 February, 2020 @ 11:24 am
You will look great in these clothes.
16 February, 2020 @ 7:35 pm
18 February, 2020 @ 11:08 am
They’re really gorgeous, and is that a Beverly Pepper sculpture (the tall iron piece) in the background?
18 February, 2020 @ 11:56 pm
You tell me…! (Probably…)