2007 September 5
Elie Tahari - Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2008
(NEW YORK) Elie Tahari's spring collection could easily be mistaken for designs one would typically find in resort, but given its sophisticated relaxed style and chic prowess, what does a season matter? "The collection was inspired by a trip Elie and I took to St. Bart's about a year and a half ago," said Rory Tahari. "I was dying to wear long." The resulting pieces were cotton and linen dresses in relaxed, wrinkled fabric and eyelet. Ornate necklaces were paired with the offerings, which were offset by an assortment of on-target sandals and flats and a key-framed bag in ostrich.
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