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    Puppets and Puppets

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    New York Fashion Week may be going through something of an identity crisis this season, what with more experimental shows across the city, a shortened schedule, and perplexing questions about its future looming large. There is, however, a group involved that seems to be completely unbothered and in fact knows exactly who they are and what they’re about. Yesterday at the ornate Neo-Renaissance Prince George Ballroom, newcomers Puppets and Puppets, an indie label launched earlier this year by contemporary artist Carly Mark and her former assistant, Ayla Argentina, showed their second runway collection to a crowd of like-minded cool kids, many of whom went to art school together. Richie Shazam modeled in the show and Lou Dallas sat front row. Styled by Stella Greenspan, it was a gathering of non-designers—artists who work in varying mediums and never studied fashion design.

    But the fashion was something. Inspired by Fabergé eggs, the Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia and American Psycho, the collection was both beautiful and totally demented. Watching the models float like ghosts through the ballroom was like stepping into a Salvador Dalí painting filled with shoes fashioned from egg cartons and little bralette nipple coverings made to look like sunny side-up yolks. There were also garments constructed with bulbous, protruding crinolines at the hips and butt made with rich textile fabrics. Mark and Argentina’s one-off pieces were mesmerizing and purposefully funny, too, but the rest of the clothes had legs as far as sell-ability goes. The duo focused on printed skirts in a range of silhouettes, as well as Victorian blouses, slip dresses, and one very nicely tailored dark brown suit modeled by Mark herself.

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