Tracy Reese Fall 2012 RTW: NY Fashion Week review

February 19, 2012
By Sheryl Blasnik
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Tracy Reese NYFW

On Sunday, February 12th Fashion Designer Tracy Reese presented her Fall 2012 collection at The Studio.  She sent 46 powerful and colorful looks down the catwalk. For Fall Tracy Reese gave us “colorful, confident attire for navigating the urban landscape”.   The dark hues of winter were replaced with an optimistic color palette of vibrant tomato, juniper green and lemon enlivening neutral browns and grays.

A mixture of fabric, textures and embellishments created dimension on tailored silhouettes, abundant with refined craftsmanship details. Bold pops of fiery tomato orange energized the classic contrast of black and white, rejuvenating this time-honored combination.  Prints and patterned dresses were accessorized with wool coats embellished with fur collars and sleeves.

Subtle peplums updated classic styles.  Accessories ranged from wool caps that looked like equestrian jockey caps to futuristic bold sunglasses and color-blocked handbags.

The backdrop of the runway was a graffiti collage of prints and patterns covering the wall.  The lyrics of Azealia Banks 212 kept the uptempo feel of the collection.

Bright colors, unique prints and intricate patterns define Tracy Reese, plenty and frock! A consistent fashion favorite amongst industry insiders, celebrities and fashionistas alike, Reese crafts finely detailed looks that make a statement and are easy to wear, garnering the attention of the nation’s top media.

Tracy Reese, plenty and frock! are sold nationwide in top department stores and specialty boutiques as well as retailers throughout Europe and Asia.

Tracy Reese’s silhouettes will always remain flattering and wearable.

Enjoy the full runway show:

(To view Full Screen mode visit You Tube)


Sheryl Blasnik



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