NYFW: Naeem Khan offers an ode to the '70s with Queen-inspired playlist and legendary Halston supermodels

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Naeem Khan's show encompassed what every single New York Fashion Week show should hope to be.

The Indian-American designer's presentation on a snowy Tuesday afternoon left an immeasurable impression on its attendees. The creative's thought-provoking designs of course played a big part in its success, but it was the ambiance that pushed the event through the roof.

With "Radio Silence" and "Under Pressure" blasting through the studio, and an intricate backdrop and runway which no doubt paid homage to the designer's roots, models danced down the runway to the beat of a '70s-inspired playlist.

Khan put his own unique spin on pieces emblematic of the decade by mixing mediums: Velvets and floral embroidery, sequins and ruffles ensured that every single piece that was shown could be traced back to a radical time for fashion and self identity.

"I feel an air of anticipation that society is taking a new direction and fashion with it," the designer said in his show notes.

Closing out the show were three of Halston's most iconic supermodels, Pat Cleveland, Alva Chinn and Karen Bjornson, dressed in head-to-toe sequined dresses. The three later joined Khan for his final walk, taking the catwalk to a standing ovation.

"With a nod to Halston, my mentor, this is my take on fashion that today's woman can mix to make her own," Khan continued.

You can see more of Khan's incredible show in the slideshow above.

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