New York Fashion Week Fall 2013: '90s Trend Report
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Flattering Flannel: Richard Chai
Richard Chai Love had an army-esque vibe to his collection with muted dark colors and heavy, durable fabrics like this plaid flannel.
California Cool: BCBG Max Azria
The Fall 2013 collection from BCBG Max Azria—with its heavily layered looks and can't-be-bothered beanies—had a definite grunge-era vibe
Slouchy Layers: BCBG Max Azria
Quilted, fur-trimmed, oversize outwear layered over flowy shifts and paired with thigh-high boots at BCBG Max Azria.
Straight & Simple: DKNY
Even hair had a can't-be-bothered, understated cool to it as seen at the DKNY show where models sported no-fuss straight locks with knit caps.
Oversize separates in bold animal prints—like this coat seen at DKNY—harken back to the urban hip-hop looks of yore.
Punky: Phillip Lim
At the 3.1 Phillip Lim show, oversize, layered knits and a plaid flannel overcoat with fur trim evoke a punky, Seattle-in-the-'90s vibe.
Refined Grunge: Phillip Lim
Lots of layers and plaid flannel gave the 3.1 Phillip Lim show a refined grunge vibe.
Glam Punk: Diesel Black Gold
The Diesel Black Gold collection featured glam-tough looks like this punk rock-inspired biker jacket.