Fall Ready-to-Wear 2015

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ICB RTW Fall 2015

ICB RTW Fall 2015

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ICB RTW Fall 2015

The core of the lineup was crafty yet wearable knits and heavy woolen wardrobe essentials.

A novel set — guests mingling around a faux apartment with model tenants that included Mona Matsuoka, Charlotte Lindvig, Anastasia Ivanova and Kasia Jujeczka — unintentionally delivered more visual punch than the ICB fall collection itself. The core of the lineup was crafty yet wearable knits and heavy woolen wardrobe essentials: A cable knit on the front of a sweater continued down the back as a scarf, calf-length wool skirts featured high slits and topper coats and wool motos had fly-away zippers. Filled with solid retail staples, this commercial collection could have been sold in a showroom.

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