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Fall 2010 Fashion Week Preview: One Hour With Gary Graham

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[link href=’http://fashion.elle.com/blog/photobook/’ link_updater_label=’external’ target=’_blank’]Hot on the heels of his CFDA nomination thomas-sz , Fashion Fund finalist Gary Graham gives us an intimate glimpse into his old-meets-new worldfrom the David Bowieandvintage French handkerchiefadorned mood board to the piece of artwork found by a friend on a Brooklyn sidewalk that inspired his fall 2010 collection. Graham, with his encyclopedic knowledge of film, theater, literature, and art, mixes textures (think washed leather, boiled wool, second-skin silk, and lace-covered taffeta) to create the “rustic alien” look of his new season.(Click here to watch the behind-the-scenes video)Violet Moon Gaynor Click here for our complete fall 2010 Fashion Week coverage – Continue Reading Below – Continue Reading BelowAll photos: Kelly Stuart “For fall, I had a vision of David Bowie, circa 1970, picking up and moving to upstate New York, and how his look would evolve over time.” – Continue Reading Below – Continue Reading BelowThe fall 2010 mood board, with Native American imagery, David Bowie’s mug-shot from the ’70s canada goose jackets , and a photo of an alien-like woman by Bruce Davidson. – Continue Reading Below”Diane Von Furstenberg recently came into the studio and went crazy for the knits, especially the boiled wool leggings.” “The idea of travel and transience plays a big part for fall. I like the idea of an evening gown being worn through the mud. There’s romance in wearabilityrunning around, working, traveling, and being glamorous in these pieces.” – Continue Reading Below – Continue Reading Below – Continue Reading Below”I had originally intended for this dress to have horizontal stripes throughout. I like the way it turned out.” – Continue Reading Below – Continue Reading Below”My customer will wear her crinoline paired with a T-shirt.””The print on this bodysuit was inspired by an old French handkerchief.” – Continue Reading Below”As a kid, I loved anything glam and poufy. Dynasty and Bob Mackie were influences.” – Continue Reading Below – Continue Reading Below – Continue Reading Below”Growing up, the films I watched over and over involved makeoversDorothy going from black and white to color in The Wizard of Oz, Scarlett O’Hara’s shift from wealthy to bottomed-out.” “There’s always an element of nature in my inspiration.”Don’t miss a minute of Fall Fashion Week 2010, visit ELLE’s Fashion Week Central

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