Ruffian RTW Fall 2010 / NYCFW Day-03

Though Brian Wolk and Claude Morais built their outing around more mature variations of their go-to themes, the collection was anything but stale. The jackets were exquisitely tailored; some were sharp and reflected Ruffian’s military vibe while others were softer and featured playful, trompe l’oeil silk panels in lieu of standard lapels and collars. The prints were creative as ever, such as an image of the Orion Nebula taken by the Hubble telescope, inspired by human perspectives on the cosmos (an idea that showed up on everything from a cocoonlike coat derived from the shape of the crescent moon to a bouclé fabric based on van Gogh’s “Starry Night.”)

© by WWD / Photos by Robert Mitra

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