Slashed, cut-out shapes and a mostly muted palette (with a few pops of flame and chartreuse) dominated the runway at Yigal Azrouël. Clean lines at the neck, side, and back gave plenty of peek-a-boos, which we're still not entirely sick of. Both the women's and men's spring collections were shown together, and the gents' side recalled a moody nomad, with striped tops, rolled-up pants, and black jackets. Basically, the man of our dreams.
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