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NYFW: Tadashi Shoji Fall/Winter 2013–2014

By Robyn Roberts

February 11, 2013

Tadashi Shoji‘s New York Fashion Week premier included a line of flowing gowns from just below the knees to primarily floor-length in black, white, and navy with the occasional shock of scarlet red. Shoji favored mainly sleeveless or shoulder-baring dresses cut on the bias to reveal flowing pleated skirts in chiffon and silk, perfect for the most impressive cocktail hour or red carpet event. A memorable gown from the collection was a long sleeve, perfectly draped black chiffon stunner covered in patches of silver beading that moved fluidly down to the mermaid-style bottom.

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