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Nanette Lepore

By now, we don’t have to tell you that the ’70s are back. Nanette Lepore’s bohemian, romantic aesthetic lends itself well to the era, and there was no shortage of paisley, off-the-shoulder blouses, or indigo in her showroom. Instead of designing vintage replicas, Lepore honed in on her favorite ’70s details: Billowing sleeves, lace-up bodices, and eyelet embroidery were cute twists on easy silhouettes. Denim was a big theme, too, with a dozen shades of blue dominating the racks. A soft, frayed knit that resembled dark-rinse denim was used on a kicky A-line skirt, shrunken jacket, and fringed poncho. “It’s hard to get ponchos right,” Lepore said, “but this one feels like a jacket, too.” Along with an indigo-dyed lace dress and superwide gauchos, it was a collection highlight.

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