StyleWeek Season 14: Texture, pattern and cut on day three.

Gypset Girl, Clothes Horse Clothing, Born Again Vintage and Peach Carr debut ready-to-wear lines.

Day three was a mixed medley of looks, running the gamut from clean-cut work appropro attire to feather puffs to fringe festooned Americana grunge.

Starting the evening was the subdued Gypset Girl, who, even with her undulating feather puff accents and sparkling athliesure tops, kept it simple. Jewel tones mixed with matte black made for the street fashion.

Following Gypset Girl was a totally different vibe from Clothes Horse Clothing: Think ModCloth meets Free People, or Southwest Americana meets ’50s housewife.We loved the earthy tones and contrast between structured and loose.

Photo credit: Myke Yeager Photography

Born Again Vintage continued the Americana vibe, but in a totally different way, taking pop-culture influenced bomber jackets, ’50s/’60s cuts and patterns that ran the gamut from blue fuzzy plaid to cotton sweatsuits with embroidered trout.

Photo credit: Myke Yeager Photography

To round the evening out, designer Peach Carr took Andy Warhol, condensed him into fabric and sprayed him across her line. Red and black kept with the pop-culture theme and proved stunning. (We also loved the cheeky #MeToo in a nod to the recent movement.)

Photo credit: Myke Yeager Photography

For more photos of day three, check out Myke Yeager Photography.



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