George McCracken Fall 2010
Several male models and only one female model took turns showing off looks at the George McCracken presentation. Looser-fitting pants were on display, but the most notable pair was a slim cut pair of flat front pants, proving that the pleat invasion may not come as easily to men's fashion. They were paired with a smart gray sweater with an exaggerated pointed collar, and closed with a half-zip design. A cozy pair of fingerless gloves accentuated this look - - the better to text you with, my dear.
The single female model showcased a brilliant tuxedo ensemble, as well as the most noteworthy piece. This was a one-piece power suit that looked like a cross between a Hillary Clinton classic and a painter's or mechanic's uniform. In a stately khaki with a pop of a red shirt underneath - - it conjured the spirit of coveralls with the crispness of a loose jacket.
Written by: Monica C. Morrison