The Row Fall 2019 - Runway Review
February 11, 2019
Fit and finish, the craft behind the cut. The Row exudes an exquisite elegance that speaks volumes to defining true establishment fashion. Mary-Kate and Ashley's terrific fall collection zeroed in on the waist -- a silhouette from which blossomed a series of all-enveloping, blown-up volumes. Indeed, the sisters seemed to send the message to walk softly and carry a big coat. Grounded by rubber-soled riding-Wellington boots, the classic outerwear on display was simple, sleek and to the point. The coats and elongated jackets, from a solid grey topper to a black version embroidered with tonal beads, were given some gentle volume before taping inward to the waist and then flaring out ever-so-gently. Paired with cowl-neck blouses and wide trousers, the collection's level of concealment was difficult to disguise.
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