Elie Tahari's desert safari

Elie Tahari's desert safari
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Elie Tahari's Spring 2016 presentation was a beautiful affair. Held in the Elie Tahari Midtown location on a Sunday morning, fruity cocktails were sipped as sunlight streamed into the studio, illuminating the presentation's flawlessly dressed attendees.

The presentation was set against a warm, desert-like backdrop, which created a summer-in-Morocco aesthetic for the entire collection. The pieces seemed to be shown as a juxtaposition of light and dark -- models wearing white stood on the left, models in dark blues, brown and black stood on the right.

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Each piece had its own unique texture, which could have been lace, intricate cutouts or fringe, and there was no one piece similar to another. The collection ranged from maxi dresses to Bermuda shorts to midi dresses to harem pants, and each style was more incredible than the next. The presentation truly transported one to a more exotic, warmer locale and made us want to grab our passports for a chic adventure.

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