NYFW Report: Odilon A/W 2012 Presentation

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Photo Courtesy of Odilon

Designer Stacey Clark served up an unexpected, understated yet intriguing collection for Odilon’s Fall 2012 presentation during New York Fashion Week.

The setting of the High Line room at The Standard Hotel created a cool downtown vibe that was the necessary compliment to the bold zigzag pattern that dominated the collection.

The aesthetic was a simple color blocked collection with materials ranging from shearling and wools to leather and silk. The color scheme incorporated black, white, red and lavender.

The pieces which stood out were well-cut cropped slim trousers and relaxed blazers. The line featured touches of leather with a red pony hair motorcycle jacket and a mini-dress. Clark added fun elements to the line-up with zigzag cuffs decorating model’s wrists and a red sweater with the embroidery “the owls are not what they seem.”

Although simple and clean, the looks unveiled were unique and presented some wearable pieces perfect for winter layering.

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