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The DKNY runway collection, which is more casual and less expensive than her signature line, featured oversized wool sweaters in red and ink blue geometric patterns paired with pleated striped skirts, and red and blue nylon T-shirt dresses.Shapes went from large and boxy, as in oversized jackets, shirts and vests, often paired with loose-falling shorts, to sleek, as in a striking black sleeveless dress with side cutout detail, worn over an electric blue shirt dress that peeked out underneath.Beckham had her show in a cathedral-like hall off of Wall Street – an apropos setting for her clothes, which looked like they were designed for a stockbroker looking for something that was glamorous, sexy – but still workplace appropriate.In general, she would do well with Beckham's collection, which, save for a few pink floral outfits including a shirt dress, had a bit of a conservative tone. There were also sweater dresses and long layered skirts.Lepore's spring 2015 collection featured yellow tent dresses, white strapless dresses, and embroidered black and white caftans.Those models included none other than supermodel Naomi Campbell, who closed the show in a short, multicolored chiffon "boudoir dress," delighting attendees like Whoopi Goldberg.The designer was especially fond of gingham for the show, and it took many forms: in tops, in partly sheer dresses, on bags and even on stiletto-heeled sandals.
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