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For fall, Narciso Rodriguez went long and lean. Drawing a very sophisticated line, the designer put proportion into play with close-fitting sheer turtlenecks tucked nicely into wide-legged trousers, thigh-grazing vests, and liquid, ankle-length coats. Inspired by the India’s maharajas of yore, after a succession of black and white looks, Rodriguez zeroed in on color: blush pink and peach, saffron, indigo. A billowing white sleeveless column dress summed up the allure of the collection’s seemingly pared-down approach. The effect was transcendently simple, but you knew a lot of engineering went into it.
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