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Designer Tadashi Shoji was definitely influenced by the decorative and ornate architecture of the Moroccan desert. For his fall/winter 2014-15 collection debuting at New York Fashion Week and Lincoln Center, the designer took his followers down a dreamy path of mystery and romance with cocktail and black-tie ensembles for the au courant woman.
Sheaths and long-sleeve gowns were laser cut in neutral palettes of navy and cream. Wooly lace was downright chic and pure elegance on circular dresses and column gowns. One particular show-stopper was undoubtedly a vibrant red crewel embroidery on tulle cape with black panelled detail that literally floated down the runway and dominated the fashion-focused room. Tadashi Shoji has done it yet again, delivering quite the lovely collection for the jovial and elegant woman with many a gala to attend.