New York Fall Fashion Week 2006

A round-up of the latest reviews.

Ashish N Soni
Ashish Soni reined in the tricky looks of past seasons and showed some truly covetable pieces: tent dresses and skirts in cotton voile and interesting architectural blouses in gorgeous Indian fabrics.

Atil Kotoglu
A pretty leather jacket or two and a good-looking, long linen jacket over a short cotton shirtdress were not enough to save Atil Kotoglu's random, sometimes gaudy collection.
To view Atil Kotoglu's full collection, click here.

Baby Phat

Badgley Mischka

Barbara Tfank
Still under-the-radar designer Barbara Tfank gave her elegant, vintage-inflected collection an Eastern flair, à la Wong Kar-Wai’s film “In the Mood for Love.”

BCBG Max Azria

Canadian sisters Caillianne, Samantha and Chloe Beckerman twisted things up for spring with a playful collection of girly dresses and biker-inspired separates — perfect for the quirky hipster.

Behnaz Sarafpour

Benjamin Cho
After a three-season hiatus, Benjamin Cho is back, exercising some of the wit and imagination he displayed when he started — a crafty use of zippers as sailor stripes on a white blouse or the trenches that deconstructed into dresses.


Betsey Johnson

Bill Blass

Brian Reyes
Brian Reyes continued to cultivate his ladylike aesthetic with sophisticated takes on loose shifts or his favorite silhouette: constricted on top and becomingly pouffed below.
To view Brian Reyes' full collection, click here.

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