Fashion editors crossed the river over to Brooklyn to check out Miller’s “edgy” collection, that consists of party dresses and casual separates with athletic details. Items were adorned with ruffles “toughened” with “angular lines and graphic prints” as well as “shredded denim” on “black lace pieces,” according to Women’s Wear Daily.
“We picked this location because it was sort of the juxtaposition of pretty and industrial,” Miller told Fashion Week Daily, adding that her collection was a “mix of pretty and hard.”
Housed within a large glass box overlooking the East River and the Manhattan skyline, Jane’s Carousel is an antique carousel built in 1922 by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company, restored and donated to the park.
Vogue.com called the show’s location “one of the loveliest settings of the season.” Also, perhaps, the most fun, as all attendees took a spin on the vintage carousel after the show.