Rodarte, Prabal NYFW Shows Draw Natasha Lyonne, Quinta Brunson – The Hollywood Reporter

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On The official first day of New York Fashion Week, Rodarte already may have scored the season’s best front row, a powerhouse collection of women that included Brie Larson, Natasha Lyonne, Quinta Brunson, Beanie Feldstein, Aurora James, Rowan Blanchard Molly RingwaldShe was accompanied by her daughter, aged 19, Matilda. And For the starry group Kate Laura Mulleavy offered something for everyone in a show that blended elements of gothic romance, woodland fairies and ’60s-influenced styling in equal measure.

The Mulleavy Sisters are often driven by art-inspired influences. Fall/Winter 2023 collection. They turned to their mother for that passion. Victoria, an artist whose maiden names are Rodart, spawned the brand’s appellation. “We asked our mother to create really beautiful fairies for a collection,” Laura Submitted The Hollywood Reporter Backstage after the show. “She decided to do one a day and did them all in colored pencil, and it became this amazing collection. We thought, this has to be a show, and it has to be gothic. It was a matter of seeing something, latching onto it, and enjoying the process of feeding new ideas into it.”

Presented A runway featuring a gothic dining room table with silver crystals in its center was a reflection of the many influences that influenced the 61-look line. Charles Addams Or Edward Gorey This is especially true for a full-length cape dress, which can be paired with a tall top. Then we will move onto cobweb-knit gowns in pale pastels, and then on to a collection of fairy prints in bias-cut silks. FringesCaftan cuts, matching trousers and a pair ruffle-accented, gorgeous tunics were some of the details. Rodarte’s signature silhouette, the silk bias-cut dress, was well represented throughout the collection.

“The core of what we do is a dress, and we have the most fun doing something that starts at the shoulder and can go to your ankle because there are so many opportunities to put something new into it,” Laura added.

Rodarte’s A/W 2023 New York Fashion Week Show in New York City.

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Brunson The collection was officially pronounced “playful,” While Ringwald She and Matilda They wore dresses from the label and were called the show. “gorgeous, so ethereal. [Rodarte] really hits a sweet spot for me: feminine with a little bit of edge. There’s some fantasy to it, but it’s not boring. We’re both wearing Rodarte dresses, and they just feel so good on the body. Their color palette also works for me, and with details like flowers and lace, I just love it.”

On the steps of the show’s location, the Williamsburg Savings Bank, a landmark George B. Post Beaux-Arts The building was first opened to the public on 1875. Lyonne — accompanied by her stylist, Cristina Ehrlich — likewise offered praise for both the collection’s vibe and its variety. “I was thinking so many things: At first I wanted to be a goth vision; later I changed my mind and said, ‘No, I want to be in a two-piece sequin number,’” She recalled. “Then [the collection] made me feel like a young Liza Minnelli, and later I wanted to be wearing one of those giant capes. And of course, I really only wanted to be eating at that dinner table.”

“This collection really reflects the vernacular of the brand,” Kate said. “When you stay true to that and follow your own instincts, it’s the most interesting place to be creatively, and usually I find people really respond to that.”

A few hours later, another Beaux-Arts The landmark New York Public Library, Prabal Gurung We discussed the 10-day silent retreat he took in his native country. NepalOver the years, he has experienced many things. Christmas Holiday was his center and inspiration for his latest designs. “I used to go home to Nepal twice a year, but I hadn’t been back since before the pandemic,” He said that he would. THR Before the show. “In these challenging times, the only thing that’s guaranteed is being yourself and feeling true to your heritage, your identity, your roots.”

Prabal Gurung Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2023-2024

During the Fashion Week, a model walks down the runway. Prabal Gurung Ready To Wear Fall/Winter 2023-2024 Feb. 10 in New York.

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That Inspiration was presented in a decidedly modernist fashion. It began with cropped jackets worn over high waisted trousers, adorned with cummerbunds. These cummerbunds took inspiration from the indigenous dress of Nepalese women. The butterfly print was also used on steroids to create pieces such as a flowing, high-neck dress with an asymmetrical hem, and a mesh bodysuit with a draped skirt. “I liked the idea of caterpillar to butterfly, and what that means for evolution,” Gurung said. “I hope that people see not only that idea of evolution and reconnection, but also the balance of sensuality and toughness.” The The asymmetry evident throughout the collection, he explained in his show notes was about challenging “the idea of harmony and juxtaposes lightness against dark, soft draping against hard angularity.”

Gurung’s healthy list of Hollywood Recent clients has included Michelle Yeoh Last May’s Met Gala, Ariana DeBose September’s Emmy AwardsAnd Kelsea BalleriniA flowing yellow silk-chiffon gown was worn by the actress to celebrate her birthday. Sunday’s Grammy Awards and was on the designer’s front row Friday night. Looks The latest collection, which could easily make it onto future red carpets, includes an orange Lurex floral lace slip dress with high-low hemline, worn with detached sleeves that resemble the carpet’s current go-to accessory, opera-length gloves, as well as a beautiful satin tuxedo in sunset pink and featuring a lengthy double-breasted blazer.

“You’ll see a lot of tailoring with draping, which is always my thing,” Gurung said. “I hope through this collection people see both the vulnerability and the courage I had to embrace to really express who I am and to tell my personal stories.”

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