Anglo-American menswear designer Andrew Buckler took the runway to the streets - literally. At yesterday's show of his fall collection, models walked down the snow-covered Grand Street, in front of Buckler's Soho store, with an en masse finale that displayed the street appeal of Mr. Buckler's wares. The collection included graffiti artist overalls and zigzag striped shirts, while bright yellow jackets and pants added a touch of brightness to the slushy streets. One highlight was a chunky, oversized camel-colored sweater, latched at the front with wooden fisherman's buttons, its proportions skewed -- like much of the collection -- to asymmetrical perfection.
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