Barely any skin was shown on Saturday during the Hervé Léger show at New York Fashion Week, from the brand most associated with the bandage silhouette. And what a good time for covering up with below-the-knee hems, knee-high boots and thick leggings covering the models' legs just after blizzard Nemo dumped an upwards of 10 inches of snow on New York City.
Designer Max Azria, along with the demure vibe, also included studs, fur, intricate stiching and beading for his Fall 2013 collection, mostly in black, white and muted animal prints. Models wore black baseball-style caps with leather trims on their heads and a new line of footwear, which debuted at the show, paired with leather harnesses similar to BCBGMAXAZRIA's Spring 2013 collection.
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