Carine Roitfeld llega del futuro al Fashion Week de Nueva York, o al menos eso publica el New York Times, la editora de Vogue París, fué el centro de atención con un abrigo de cuero patentado de Azzedine Alaïa, y botas de plataforma tobilleras.
"A bold sculptural silhouette cut from black shearling, a coat suggesting the line of a Degas ballerina, was worn for New York Fashion Week by Carine Roitfeld, the editor of French Vogue. It was designed by the Paris couturier Azzedine Alaïa, who ranks among the great architects of fashion. The coat’s leather side has a shimmering patent finish. The inside is dyed black shearling. Ms. Roitfeld accented the coat with black tights and platform ankle boots.
There were thousands of superbly dressed women attending the designer collections, but only Ms. Roitfeld looked like the future". By BILL CUNNINGHAM
Published: February 18, 2007
Note from: FASHION & STYLE .thenewyorktimes.com