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In keeping with several seasons of dark glamor, Reem Acra showed another moody collection in black, purple and gold Monday as part of New York Fashion Week.Acra's spring ready-to-wear was all 1970s disco, and for fall, she brought show-goers back another two decades with basic A-line skirts that fell below the knee and buttoned up cashmere cardigans reminiscent of more conservative '50s fashion. Spring foliage in a winter color palette crept down the shoulder of a basic knit cardigan paired with a loose knee-length skirt in winter white. The pattern had an East Asian feel when Acra embroidered it into velvet and silk overcoats with loose, open sleeves.
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