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Olivier Theyskens' spring '13 collection truly showcased the talent and beauty we have come to expect from the designer and his parent brand, Theory. Producing wearable pieces, Theyskens debuted a mostly monochrome collection, including beautifully tailored suiting in silky fabrics, which will undoubtedly have mass appeal. We were in awe of the sheer, skirt-and-blouse ensemble that looked beyond amazing coming down the runway; though, it would be hard to pull off on the streets (unless you're ready to receive a police citation for indecency).
Other than the cuts themselves, bold shoulders and sparkle-infused knits stole the show and added a bit of glamour to the masculine shapes — a Theyskens trademark we love.
Photographed by Gunnar Larson
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