OK!'s NYC Fashion Week Blog: Narciso Rodriguez

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Feb. 17 2010, Published 6:24 a.m. ET

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Can’t make it to NYC for Fashion Week? Don’t worry, OK!’s got you covered! We’ll be hitting all the big shows and reporting back right here, every day, as soon as we tear our eyes off the runway! Last night, we were treated to Narciso Rodriguez’s beautiful designs.

SHOW: Narciso Rodriguez

WHEN: Feb. 16

WHO: Kelly Rutherford, Jeff Beck, David Byrne, Tory Burch, Lyor Cohen and Leigh Lezark

FASHION: The dresses started from all black and slowly progressed to a light gray color with surprise pops of coral and green mixed in. They also went from being modest, longer turtleneck dresses to silky short styles with side cutouts. Black mid-calf boots were worn with nearly every outfit, and some models sported large black leather cushion hats.

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BEAUTY: Hair was long and completely straight, with a clean cut. Makeup was nonexistent and looked entirely natural. The models even had full, thick eyebrows.


OVERHEARD/COLOR: All the guests left this show talking about how wearable the dresses looked. Kelly was seated in the front row, and while she was consumed in conversation with the woman next to her before the show, she closely followed the dresses down the runway to the urban jazz music playing overhead. Kelly definitely looked happy to be attending another great show, and the gowns that really seemed to catch her eye were the silky ones with some slivers of coral in them.


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