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Morphine Generation
Mercedes Benz Fashion Week
The Tents at Bryant Park
February 2, 2007

Written by Kim Weling
Photographed by Al McCotter


Morphine Generation’s urbanite style embraces the fall season with men’s and women’s cigarette trousers, angora/cashmere turtlenecks, cashmere skullcaps and fingerless gloves. The collection had a somber tone with black and grey the dominating colors. The title of the collection is titled “Hopeless Romantics Since 1979”. The collection encompassed an 80s vibe, with slim cuts seen in a high-waisted corset skirt, corduroy suit or pants that cinch the leg and define the new skinny jean.

There are a lot of wearable looks for those who aren’t model-thin. Layering pieces such as a cotton twill bolero jacket over a woven bow shirt dress or a wool deconstructed vest over a trench shirt paired with a silk tie adds depth and a pulled-together look. Highlights include high-waisted or wide leg suspender trousers and a belted parka dress for women and wool trench coats and a double breasted sweater for men: all key pieces that would be stylish and functional for any city-goer.


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