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Alexander Terexov
Spring 2007
Olympus Fashion Week
September 9, 2006
The Tents at Bryant Park

Written by Bob Bland
Photographed by Marlo Clemente

Alexander Terexov’s debut collection for New York Fashion Week proved that a successful runway show can be built off of one well-executed concept. His presentation of flowing feminine silhouettes and fluid luxury fabrics consisted entirely of wrap dresses for day and evening. Was DVF an inspiration, or does Terexov desire to be king of the wrap? In any case, winning looks included an off-the-shoulder look with a deep-v back, and a wrap with a plunging neckline, fluttery sleeves and sash details. His color palette for Spring ’07 in black, optic white, lavender-grey and taupe was flattering and sophisticated as well, mixed with just the right amount of subtle prints in chiffon.

The backdrop for the show was the newly minted UPS Hub tent, created to showcase new global talent such as the Russian-born Terexov. The only thing hotter than the dresses was the designer himself, who has all the makings of a celebrity. He is (1) young, (2) gorgeous, (3) talented (trained at YSL) and best of all, he doesn’t speak a word of English. Look for this up-and-comer to be back next season dressing us for work, cocktail hour and party time.



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