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During New York Fashion Week, Zac Posen debuted his fall/winter 2017 collection, harking back to the 1940s.
Exuding grace and romance, the line accentuates the waist and shows off the neck line and shoulders in a variety of cuts and draped, voluminous sleeves. Colors were rich, deep, and jewel-toned in midnight blue, burgundy, burnt orange, and shimmering black.
Skirts are feminine and full, and gowns and jackets are covered in texture and feel thanks to embroidery, bugle beads, threadwork, and velvet ribbons. There is a visible level of craftsmanship to each piece.
“This season I married my signature structures with the paradox of fluidity, referencing the mid-1940’s, I wanted to give a message of elegance and hope,” said Posen.