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BCBG Max Azria: Going to new lengths

Models walk in the finale of the fall

Models walk in the finale of the fall 2011 collection of designer BCBG Max Azria during Fashion Week in New York, Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011. (AP Photo) Credit: AP Photo/

BCBG’s Thursday morning runway boasted a new, elongated silhouette — goodbye knees —  that, while at times was monastically austere, more often read feminine and sort of sexy. This because of fluid fabrics — silk chiffon and crepe — and slim-line layering that started with white turtleneck bodysuits (some with contrasting cuffs) under everything (and we mean, everything) from paneled dresses in mostly subdued shades —  tan, gray, navy and black — to a brazen red chiffon strapless gown. Toppers included several cozy coats with faux fur. Modern spy wear — subtle yet seductive.

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