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2017年09月14日
Ralph Lauren opens the garage doors at New York Fashion Week
A model walks the runway for the Ralph Lauren Collection in his garage. Picture: AFP
A garage might seem an incongruous location for a luxury fashion catwalk — unless that garage is owned by Ralph Lauren and filled with one of the world’s great collections of vintage cars.

On the penultimate day of New York Fashion Week, guests were transported 60km north of Manhattan to Lauren’s property in Bedford for dinner and a show for his Fall 2017-18 collection.

The designer is one of those ­adhering to the “see now, buy now” schedule, where clothes are available immediately to buy. Some others, including Tom Ford, had tried the new concept, but ­returned to the traditional six-month lead-time model.

“It’s wonderful if you can do it,” Lauren told Women’s Wear Da ily. “The scheduling is not easy. Wear-now is difficult. It’s proven difficult for many people, and it’s not easy for me, either. But I thought it was interesting and I’m trying it. But the clothes are the most important thing.”

In glossy racing-car shades of yellow, black, cobalt, red and silver, Lauren’s collection included sleek slip dresses, crystal-encrusted column dresses, and bright tulle-skirted ballgowns, some with patent leather bustier tops, others topped off with biker jackets.

In addition to the eveningwear looks, Lauren offered tailoring best suited to a Sunday drive — car coats and trenchcoats, belted jumpsuits and shirting for men and women in a multitude of greys and checks.

Coach designer Stuart Vevers continued his Americana-through-British-eyes take on the heritage American label’s Spring 2018 collection.

On a glitter-strewn runway, in addition to the designer’s now-signature varsity jackets and college jumpers, he added sparkling slip dresses with a touch of 1930s nostalgia. Western influences in cowboy jackets and shirting came through for both men and women.

Denim was a big addition this season, including patchworked jeans, shorts and jackets, again with nostalgic American flair.

Designs by the late artist Keith Haring were reimagined in glittery motifs on dresses and tops.

Also showing her Spring 2018 collection was Gabriela Hearst, the winner of this year’s International Woolmark Prize for women’s wear. Her upmarket minimalism played out in pared-back classics — trenchcoats, and high-sheen suiting in shades of champagne, navy and pale pink — and elegant asymmetric dresses.Read more at:www.queenieau.com/short-mini-formal-dresses | www.queenieau.com/plus-size-formal-dresses
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