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Wes Gordon channeled utilitarianism in his Fall/Winter 2015 collection more than ever before. The show opened with a series of heavy black and grey looks that, with subtle changes of texture and fabric, transitioned to more delicate ensembles. Dark fabrics were enhanced with bold, geometric floral patterns, and gunmetal silver replaced lackluster greys and denims. A below-the-knee denim jacket with thick white stitching, paired with a simple white sweater and black mid-calf boots proved to be the look of the evening.
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