Thursday, 7 April 2016


Liya, Liya, Liya.
 Photo: Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images
Liya Kebede looks amazing in truly anything, but she particularly stands out in Proenza Schouler. The design and business owner is a good buddy of developers Port McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez: Not only did she appear in the brand's drop 2015 strategy, but she also stocks an workplaces space with them and consistently would wear their styles on the red rug. On Wed night in New York City, Kebede attained the ideal night outfit for the cold, strange springtime climate we've been having lately. She combined an extra-long sleeve irregular jacket with an extended turtleneck, loose, made of wool trousers and the Hava bag in dark nubuck — almost similar to a driveway look from the autumn demonstration in Feb. 

The hanging items part together in a comfortable, but light and portable way that still seems completely appropriate for a smooth city event. (In this case, Kebede joined the outlet nights the 7th Yearly Women in the World Peak at Lincoln subsequently Center.) But perhaps the professional combination of white-colored, greyish and off-white shades is the most wonderful part of entire look. In a major city where dark matches are par for the course, the latest scheme seems modern and dangerous in an friendly way. Indicate another win for Kebede. 

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