New York Fashion Week: Steven Alan
Steven Alan, at first, reminded us of elementary school: boy-girl-boy-girl sequencing, picture-day appropriate outfits, and an early-for-us 9 a.m. showtime we were slightly dreading.
Skirts and dresses were neatly paired with socks and oxfords; hemlines hit either high on the thigh or midcalf. Pants stopped above the ankle. Silky tie-neck blouses, plaids peeking out from patterned sweaters, tailored blazers, and a very sophisticated wool jumpsuit left us feeling decidedly more grown-up.