NUMBER:LAB F/W 2011

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Guests at the NUMBER:LAB presentation were greeted with an ice hockey scrimmage outside of the Standard Hotel on Wednesday afternoon. While it may have seemed out of place to the average passer-by, the game was only fitting for what was to come down the runway shortly after.

For Fall 2011, NUMBER:LAB brings us après-ski, fusing fashion with the slopes. Colors were bright, carrying the neon trend from spring/summer into fall. Much to our visual pleasure, standout colors included bright yellow-green, primary blue and purple.

Organic and synthetic fabrics juxtaposed one another, yet fused to create a sartorially outdoorsy, athletic look. The collection is very wearable, with a cohesive offering of looks and versatile pieces. Boots by Eastland, shoes by Vans and watches by G-Shock complemented the collection with ease.

Music plays a big part in the overall impression of a fashion show and NUMBER:LAB had a great soundtrack, including Cut Copy’s “Corner of the Sky” and “Personal Jesus” by Depeche Mode.