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Outerwear Was the Name of Elie Tahari's Game

Image via <a href="">Instagram/@elietahari</a>
Image via Instagram/@elietahari

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Elie Tahari held its Fall 2013 presentation at the Fifth Avenue flagship store, which allowed them to do whatever they wanted with the they built pods. Lots of pods.

Actually, artist Gisela Stromeyer created sculptural white tent installations which set off the models clad mostly in black and blue (we especially like one striated blue trouser). The collection was super wearable with roomy turtle-necks, structured mid-length jackets, pea-coats, and bombers. Check out the outerwear fiesta after the jump.

· All NYFW Fall 2013 Coverage [Racked]