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Dennis Basso: "The Unequivocal King of the Furriers and the Exotic"

Photos by Anna Fischer for
Photos by Anna Fischer for

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"Dennis Basso, the unequivocal king of the furriers and the exotic, toned it down this Fashion Week. It wouldn't be Basso if security didn't check our bags at the door. There was no PETA upheaval (just partially naked protesters across the street). Even though there's still chinchilla, Russian sable, python and other slithering creatures from the bayou, he didn't use any blatantly unrecognizable beings." —HuffPost

"It was all about details at Dennis Basso. In a collection of frocks, geometric layers of tulle, alligator leather, chinchilla fur accents, neoprene and intricate beading brought the collection together. A palette of muted shades of gold, silver, black and nude with hints of mint, blue and pink played out in a hard edged romance, with hand printed flowers on organza offset by distinct geometric cutouts and shapes." —StyleBistro

· Dennis Basso [Official Site]
· All fashion week coverage [Racked]