AP Fashion Writer
At New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, the designers weren’t just looking to their muses for inspiration–they were raiding the muses’ closets.
The draped, asymmetrical Greek goddess look dominated, complementing the one-shoulder styles that have been so popular on the runways.
The look was strong and sexy without being revealing, and popped up with a sexy ’70s spin at Halston, in a fresh gingham at Michael Kors and in a flowy drape at Max Azria. Nearly every designer had an interpretation of the look–quite a feat with more than 100 designers showing at New York Fashion Week over eight days.
However the look is achieved, it’s clear: The bare shoulder, which emerges and retreats depending on the fashions of the times, has reclaimed its starring role.
All images courtesy of theFashionSpot forums.