- Sarah Press
Fashion designer Sandy Liang just presented her Fall/Winter 2017 collection during the last New York Fashion Week, featuring lust-worthy, oversize, fur-accented outerwear she has become famous for. “I’m not really working off an inspiration or anything,” Liang said during the presentation. “It’s kind of the same attitude, different season. I’m doing a lot more ready-to-wear, which I’m really into right now.” Notable new styles include a long puffer coat with supersized fur collar, a teddy bear coat and a camel coat with color block candy fur on the back. She also incorporated pierced and frayed denim, as well as last season’s floral and fruit print fashioned into cutout dresses. Besides, several pieces own a vintage aesthetic characterized by silks, velvets, furs, and suedes. Noteworthy is that her outerwear has always been unisex. Standout styles shown on male models included a leather moto jacket with fur hood, denim mechanic’s suit, and the most enviable sports jacket to feature fur sleeves. For her Fall/Winter collection, Liang produced just two accessories, a shearling mohawk beanie and a pink shearling bucket bag.
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