The Steven Alan Fall 2012 collection stays true to Alan's form and what the fashion world has gotten used to from him: simple, wearable clothes in minimal hues, with barely any detailing or patterns. While these may sound like negative characteristics, they certainly are not when it comes to the designer's work.
"The inspiration was Diego Rivera, the exhibit at the MOMA," designer Steven Alan told Fashionista. "We went there – myself and my design team, and we just loved the whole thing – you know, the canvases, and the cement."
For a collection that draws its inspiration from cement, it is undeniably chic and does the job well. Forget the prints and pastel colors that have been taking over the runways for the past few seasons. Sometimes, a collection like the Steven Alan Fall 2012 line is just what you need on a daily basis. Think of it as the fashionable equivalent of comfort food.
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