Reed Krakoff Pre-Fall 2013: Clean Slate

Reed Krakoff continued his study of contemporary minimalism for Pre-Fall 2013, championing a spare simplicity reminiscent of Helmut Lang’s mid-90s, metropolitan-chic reign. That Soho-to-Tribeca recipe for dressing proved as compelling now as it did then.
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Reed Krakoff continued his study of contemporary minimalism for Pre-Fall 2013, championing a spare simplicity reminiscent of Helmut Lang’s mid-90s, metropolitan-chic reign. That Soho-to-Tribeca recipe for dressing proved as compelling now as it did then.
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Reed Krakoff continued his study of contemporary minimalism for Pre-Fall 2013, championing a spare simplicity reminiscent of Helmut Lang’s mid-90s, metropolitan-chic reign. That Soho-to-Tribeca recipe for dressing proved as compelling now as it did then; boxy chesterfield coats, subtly A-lined wrap-skirts (a must-have in textural ring-lizard skins), and graphic “tube-top” strapless dresses made an air-tight argument for forgoing all the bells and whistles. A graphic palette of black and white took a turn toward the haberdashery in the way of a slate greys and creamy camels. Graphic textural motifs, photo-exposure prints, and a burst of taxi-yellow added complementary jolts of excitement to the collection’s icy severity.

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