No one does colorblocking like BCBGMAXAZRIA.
The Fall 2012 collection, designed by Max Azria and his co-designer wife Lubov, took the geometric trend to new heights and new lengths--tea length, to be exact.
Dresses with the elongated hemline filled the runway in a array of colors like rust, royal blue and marigold. A bit of seduction came in the form of slits, hidden in rows of delicate knife pleats, that were revealed as the models' strutted down the catwalk.
This season, the designers were inspired the Bauhaus--the famous German school in the 1920s that taught a design style combining crafts and fine arts.
Texture and a healthy dose of luxe were added via leather and fur, which were strategically patch-worked into outerwear and accessories.
Take a look at the highlights from the collection and a few front row sightings--model Jessica White and Angela Simmons were on hand for the show. See anything you'll be putting on your Fall shopping list?
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