Couture Fashion Week: Nina Gleyzer Collection Gets Nostalgiac Over Paris

On Saturday night, respected designer Nina Gleyzer bid farewell to a decades long career in the industry with a collection that whisked the audience away to the Champs-Élysées for a Parisian tryst with a retro twist. From baby doll dresses to see-thrus, satins, plaids and prints, a thrilled audience was welcomed to Gleyzer’s “last dance” set to the beat of the 1950s.

Adding to the flare, the show opened with vocalists and performers and featured an actor playing the part of an artist painting portraits of the runway models as they passed.

Below is our pictorial featuring our favorites, which frankly included the entire collection:

Credit: London Monty as contributor.

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Besides working at one of the top fashion ad agencies in New York, Lianne is a Broadway musical junkie, taco connoisseur and hyper competitive trivia night star who's won third place twice now at Percy's Tavern in the East Village.

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