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On the runway of the new Alexis Reyna Fall/Winter 2012 collection, androgynous, heroin-chic models presented a line of rock-and-roll-inspired clothing that was just as gender-ambiguous. A sheer, draping, caped shirt paired with slender balck trousers was given a gun print, allowing it to come together in a way that almost resembled a large houndstooth pattern with a masculine touch.
A full-length krinkled, metallic blue skirt paired with a floral, white, satin shirt with atached train was one of the collection’s most unique and flamboyant pieces. The line also had its fair share of slouchy, postmodern styles done in the typical monochromatic color scheme. So if you’re looking for some style so rad that people will be dying to know who designed it, check out these head-turning looks for the new Alexis Reyna Fall/Winter 2012 line