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Lorick Mixed Fairytale Colors with 1930's Styling

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Lorick's presentation of fifteen luminous, classic, feminine looks at the Union Square Ballroom this morning left us wanting more. The line was inspired by shadows and light, which explains why the first thing we saw walking in was a curtain with models' long shadows shining through. On the other side, we found models clad in a mix of silk, chiffon, and tweed, all layered to create unexpected depth. Colors ranged from light mochas to parrot blues and kelly greens to golds, and each model had orange nails.

The overall effect was very revamped 1930s, especially given the feathered headpieces. Throw Amelia Earhart into a mystical forest at twilight and—bam!—you have Lorick's fall 2010 line. It may sound crazy, but it was crazy in a good way.—Lauren Frankfort
· All Fashion Week Fall 2010 coverage [Racked NY]
· Lorick [Official Site]

Union Square Ballroom

27 Union Square West, New York, NY