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Kenneth Cole Planned Well for an Urban Blizzard

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The materials? Leather, shearling, wool. The accessories? Caps and elbow length gloves. The layering? Aggressive. Kenneth Cole might be the only one at New York Fashion Week actually prepared for a massive snowstorm. The designer made his return after a seven year catwalk hiatus with his urban aesthetic intact, all blacks and grays cut with shiny silver details and a touch of burgundy. All the knitted skirts and boots and leather scarves and jackets et. al. were piled on one another giving the impression that whatever you say about Cole's Fall 2013 girl, you can't say she's ill-prepared for those rough city winters. And there's nothing like an impending snowpocalypse to get those department store orders rolling.


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