Innovative fashion designer Andrew Buckler has revealed his latest fashion range in a rather unusual way, taking to the streets of New York City to unveil it in public. Grand Street was closed down, after an agreement was reached with the NYPD, and bloggers, designers, fashionistas and buyers manned the pavements as the Fall 2011 range was showcased for MBFW.
Using primarily muted colours, the range itself seemed rather restrained in contrast to it’s presentation. The majority of the range revolved primarily around blacks and varying shades of grey, with the occasional patterned t-shirt. However, towards the end of the show there were a few pieces with vibrant yellows which helped put some character into an other wise subdued range.
You can read more about this event at Style.com
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