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Buckler's Injects a Black, Gray and White Palette With a Bunch of Crazy Yellow

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Buckler showed 30 looks this season—in a block party-style runway show on the street outside the brand's Soho shop. The looks were as trim as expected, in a mostly black, white and gray palette peppered by black-on-white geometrics and shots of bold yellow. Crotches and necks were dropped slightly, cuffed were tapered and athletic, and suits were trim, chic and covetable. Check the gallery for closer-up shots of the post runway presentation.
· All Fashion Week Coverage [Racked]
· Buckler [Official Site]