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Isabel O'Neill

New York Fashion Week is in full swing and this weekend three NorthPark Center retailers presented collections. 

September 9 marked Club Monaco’s first New York Fashion Week presentation in Manhattan’s iconic Grand Central Terminal. With an event this exciting, Club Monaco created an exclusive, limited edition line of fall styles, already available to purchase. With the dominant themes of military tailoring, Victorian vibes and playful proportions, the brand unveiled 35 men’s and women’s fall looks. The capsule collection is limited, available only in select Club Monaco New York stores and the Toronto flagship store September 9 – 16. Check out some of the top looks as you long for cooler weather.
 

 

 


Saturday morning, Lacoste brought sun to Manhattan. Known for the tennis-inspired polos, Lacoste debuted a different direction with a collection of beachy dresses, loose silhouettes and bright color. As palm trees lined the runway, models donned the spring 2017 collection while channeling their inner beach goddess.
 

 Photo courtesy of Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times
 

Photo courtesy of Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times
 

Photo courtesy of Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times
 

J.Crew’s presentation on Sunday, stretched the fashion industry norms and featured friends and family as models. Relating to their customer base, onlookers could see nearly every age and sizes 4 – 12 in spring 2017 looks. With lots of stripes, gingham and ruffles, J.Crew displayed that anyone can look casual cool in their latest designs.
 

 

 

 

 

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