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At Steven Alan, Boys Will Be Boys, And Girls Will Be Cuter Versions Of Boys

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At Steven Alan's Fall 2013 show, the menswear featured suede bomber jackets, turtlenecks, trim trousers, tuxedo suits, and a casual attitude (think: tailored sweatpants). In womenswear, on the other hand, the designer re-imagined menswear staples by tinkering with proportions, pinstripes, button-downs, slouch, and materials like velvet and leather. "That's how we started: We had girls that wanted to buy the men's shirts," he explained to Head after the jump for a whole bunch of silk, shearling, mohair blazers, and cashmere turtlenecks.—Lauren D. Shinn

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· All NYFW Fall 2013 coverage [Racked]