Where the runway meets the street

Here are some pics and a bit of video from the Hyden Yoo Autumn/Winter 2012 collection as it was presented at the The Hudson Library last week. We’re prompted to “enjoy the classic tale of sartorial dressing and unattainable beauty.” The latter part rings true, as this looks like the type of party we would have been barred from in high school (and been glad to have missed in retrospect).

The meaning behind the impossible dream deepens, however, as the clothes attempt to tell the “classic tale of the unattainable woman and the man that pines for her.” An “intelligent and self aware man who curates himself in a sartorial manner.” The type of self-awareness we exhibited back in our pining days probably drove the objects of our affection away—we sure as hell weren’t curating ourselves—but we’ll go along for the ride here because these are some nice looks: muted, modern, wearable and priced within attainability.

More looks in our gallery…

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