2009 September 16
Narciso Rodriguez - New York Spring 2010
(NEW YORK) Alluring and feminine without turning to bows, ruffles, or frills, Narcisco Rodriguez still brought thrills to the runway Tuesday evening as he presented his Spring 2010 collection. The ensembles were luxe and sophisticated while still easy and graceful. Black linen paired with silk drove home the idea of laid back glamour. Proving that the heart of the collection often lies in the details, Rodriguez's streamlined designs drew attention to the female frame, but never overtly. Satin crepe suits, organza and airy chiffon dresses comprised a collection that is sure to be coveted by Hollywood A-listers, in particular.
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