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Each X Other’s Clean Simplicity

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Nineties minimalism and classic comfort reigned supreme at the Each X Other‘s fall/winter 2015 presentation. The palette was simple and clean: shades of indigo, black, white, and charcoal. Prints were absent apart from a few pin stripes, and silhouettes were long, lean, and cut on the bias with sinuous dresses and duster coats. Fabrics included wool, satin, leather, and chunky knits. It was metropolitan, modern, and wearable. We particularly loved the exaggerated, oversized sweaters–equally ideal for a cozy day at home or a cold day out. Also covetous were the slouchy trousers and a certain floor length halter-top dress in navy blue pinstripes.

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