February 07, 2014 New York
One key to the show's success was its lightness. All the layers could've weighed things down, but even a funnel-neck, cocoon-shaped shearling jacket looked lofty, as if it had been injected with air. The Colovoses kept that theme going, cutting tunic dresses and the stovepipe pants they were worn with in graphic photoprints of the surface of Mars. Tailored separates in complementary solids—camel with red, or white with black—rounded out the collection. They'll appeal to the label's more minimally minded customers, but they didn't come close to those fur sweatshirts.