The Row designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen debuted their new collection rather quietly this season, even if the looks are anything but -- all with the label's hallmark simple silhouettes with a more opulent edge.
The Row designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen debuted their new collection rather quietly this season, even if the looks are anything but -- all with the label's hallmark simple silhouettes with a more opulent edge. Here, leopard print makes another bold appearance for fall.
Granted, part of the appeal of The Row lies in the bohemian sensibility one might see one of the elusive pixie-twins wearing to dodge curious cameras, but of all the celebrity designers in the mix, the Olsens clearly have a high-fashion appeal.
A simple, rich day dress in the season's chicest hemline.
The cool factor, along with the quality of garments, never wanes, and the fall collection's pants were spot-on.
Delicate white lace is fortified in layers.
This minimalist ensemble channeled the Nineties (when the Olsen twins were actually babies on
Full House), evoking Gwyneth Paltrow dressed in Calvin Klein.
The masculine appeal of a classic black suit was boxy and charming.
Along with the over-sized fur shapka-like hats on models' heads and shoulders, other luxury infusions came in the form of a saturated wine hue on a brocade jacket and velvet pants.
For outings to a smoky jazz club, an equally smoldering dress will do.
Unmistakably high-quality, high-sheen leather came into play for a pencil skirt and embossed-top combo in a somewhat unexpected chocolate brown.
A glamour-puss tiered, turquoise chubby with silky nude cropped pants for an ample-volume silhouette.
We loved the fine balance of minimalism and maximalism woven throughout the collection, displayed expertly in a sharp black shift that splices into swingy, long fringe at the knee.