Narciso Rodriguez

By
Photography Christopher Gabello

Published February 12, 2014

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Narciso Rodriguez has never been afraid of incorporating striking statement colors in an otherwise neutral palette. This time he opened his Fall/Winter show with a standout series of dramatic orange overcoats and structured shift dresses. As the collection progressed towards a sea of rich taupes, mossy greens, and steel grays, the designer played with geometric shapes by way of color blocking and cutouts. Of note was a stunning black dress that revealed a triangle-shaped portion of skin just below the breastbone. The graphic designs of the clothes were mimicked effortlessly in the footwear—peek-a-boo pointy-toed pumps and two-toned booties tied it all together in one large, understated knot. 

For more from New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2014, click here