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Look closer into N. Hoolywood‘s seemingly costumey lineup that walked the runway at New York Fashion Week last night and you’ll find details that awe. With the Western cowboy being the obvious theme for Spring/Summer 2014, denim and leather unsurprisingly came into play but not as one would expect. Denim was worked so soft that it resembled woven cotton, leather came in colors like mint and the accessories — the all-black leather cowboy hats and the standout saddle bag — were so rich in weight and finish that they looked expensive. Leather loafers and lace-ups were executed impeccably in an equally sophisticated fashion although their iron spike-inspired studs seem a bit overdone.

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