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Friday, February 18, 2011

NYC Fashion Week: Fall/Winter 2011: L.A.M.B

L.A.M.B. closed out New York fashion week (only a small Finnish label followed it), and tonight's show suggested that there was some poetic justice in that: Gwen Stefani's collection cycled its way back through not only the trends of the season, but of past seasons, too. The show was divided into six groups, each with its own look, its own soundtrack, and its own models (often, a little oddly, grouped by race). The "Soldier Girls" wore military looks. The Rasta "Ragga Muffins," Navajo print. Some "London Girls" had menswear-inspired suiting, and Malcolm McLaren-style "Buffalo Girls" were outfitted with outdoorsy blanket plaids. The "Mod Girls" wore leopard, stripes, and dots, and the "Glamour Girls" who closed—all Stefani-blonde—had seventies jumpsuits and halters in basic black.







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