The New York Times
Date: 2012-02-13
Author: Ruth La Ferla

Article Mentions
Author, Ruth La Ferla
Mentioned, Thakoon Panichgul
Mentioned, David Neville
Mentioned, Marcus Wainwright
Mentioned, Joseph Altuzarra
Mentioned, Thakoon
Mentioned, Thakoon Panichgul
Mentioned, Y-3
Mentioned, Rag & Bone
var data;function jsonSlideshowCallback(response){data = response;}NYTD.options = {source: '+ data +', cropType: 'blog480', appendTo: 'embeddedSlideshow', showHeadLine: 'false'}Designers sent conflicting signals on their fall runways this week, offering a thoughtful, and sometimes unpredictable, mashup of textures and patterns, as often as not in the very same outfit. Herringbone tweeds kept company with chevron stripes; birds-eye weaves with elephantine plaids; pompoms with flannels and nomadic motifs.Ruth La Ferla reports on emerging trends from the shows to the streets. Yet all of it somehow coalesced. Marcus Wainwright and David Neville of Rag & Bone artfully combined blanket designs with floral tapestries; arrow prints with polka dots ...(read more)
... var data;function jsonSlideshowCallback(response){data = response;}NYTD.options = {source: '+ data +', cropType: 'blog480', appendTo: 'embeddedSlideshow', showHeadLine: 'false'}Designers sent conflicting signals on their fall runways this week, offer ...
... offered a series of dresses overlaid with woven cane, lending a rich dimension to his flamelike prints.Others mated popcorn knits with lacquered tweeds, zany stripes with gilded embroideries. It was a crazy mlange animating some of the weeks most sp ...


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