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New York Fashion Week has just a day left before the spring/summer 2018 season moves to Europe. From Flamenco ruffles to hot pink and plus-size lingerie, here is a quick roundup from the catwalk highlights Monday.Carolina Herrera, known for her timeless designs, debuted an electric, multi-color Spring 2018 collection. While Herrera, who has dressed five first ladies, stayed true to her glamorous and feminine silhouettes, bright hues of red, iris and yellow added a playful twist to the veteran designer's latest collection.The Herrera designer recreated her signature stripes and polka dots using splashy color combinations and finished her designs with hand-painted mirror buttons.Her evening dresses featured heavy satin contrasted with light tulle in soft hues and metallic sequins on vibrant-colored material. Victoria's Secret model Lily Aldridge and socialite Nicky Hilton Rothschild were part of the audience, which witnessed the first full-scale fashion show at the midtown Manhattan museum.There were tailored pants, dresses in navy pinstripes, and flamenco's famous flounces appearing on tops and dresses.Big is beautifulStar curve model Ashley Graham unveiled her latest lingerie collection for Addition Elle, the Canadian label whose runway show featured only plus-size models, treated to a rock-star reception from the audience.
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