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Coverage of MBNYFW 2013-14 Day 1: Costello Tagliapietra

The collection of Costello Tagliapietra is a various as the color palette for the Fall/Winter 2013-14 season. A little variety never hurts anybody, and variety is something I love. I love the vintage aesthete the collection has, from the fur coat in the first look to the fitted dress in the last look, it reminds me of what one might find if they were rummaging through a vintage clothing store or a relative’s old closet. The color palette was royal blue, lime green, red, fuchsia, sky blue, deep purple, yellow, gray, violet purple, navy blue, purple, brown, mauve, tan, green, rust, light brown, and magenta; no disappointment from me here! The models who walked the runway had their hair pulled back and wore a bold/or bright red lipstick.

Knits and furs were part of the looks this season and when paired with the dresses the models wore, they definitely showed a strong ability of contrasting textures. Most of the collection consisted of dresses and some separates, with a jumpsuit and a swing coat. Velvet was also part of the fabrics used, while most of the pieces were silk or at least sheer fabrics. The draping and detail that went in to some of the pieces is excellent, I definitely enjoyed this collection. To see pictures of the collection visit:


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This entry was posted on February 9, 2013 by in Fashion, Fashion Week, NYFW and tagged , , , , , , .

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