Alexander Wang - 50 Shades of Gray - Women's Fall 2013

Greetings to New York in 50 shades of gray (pumice, geysers, asphalt, feather gray) has marched in Manhattan under the vaults of the Cunard Lines, a neo-Renaissance building used by the Cunard shipping lines when New York was one of the busiest harbors the world.

A symbolic way to raise the moorings with a runway full of great cold in a freezing Manhattan with the low rise coat of a twenties silhouette, the martingale and sometimes the double martingale.

Occasionally reinforced by a cover-shoulder mohair or alpaca cap with a sporty chic look, and then the fur gloves, voluminous like the ones for boxing.