One part Williamsberg-hipster, one part Carine Roitfeld’s 16th arrondissment Parisian bourgeois upbringing, was exactly what we thought of upon seeing Ruffian’s Baroque in the Street.
Brian Wolk and Claude Moranis’ SS13 runway collection features a unique (and clever) toile de Jouy they created in collaboration with John Gordon Gauld that depicts Bedford Street shop windows and the B-burg Bridge, rather than Versailles’ gardens.
The move is easily a departure from their traditional uptown, upper market roots.
We loved the red lips, the soft pink accents and of course, models in Converse.
[Images by Alessandro Viero/GoRunway.com]
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