Max and Lubov Azria had their spring showing yesterday morning and we honestly couldn’t think of a better collection to help kick off New York Fashion Week. Weightless, baroque printed and lingerie-like dresses juxtaposed beautifully with leather harnesses were inspired by the femme fatale muses and Helmut Newton’s black and white photography. I was especially smitten with the muted palettes with pops of coral . . . stunning.
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