Assembly New York Embraces the Eclectic for 2017 Fall/Winter

“That’s just too effing weird to ever let go of. It’s irreplaceable.”

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Fresh off the New York Fashion Week stage for its 2017 fall/winter showing, Greg Armas and his Assembly label bring to the table an assortment of unassuming classics, which in the grand scheme of things take on a barrage of quirky accents. Take for instance the black pullover sweater bearing a zebra-like patch laced on the front or the accompanying black leather loafers adorned with a single playing card. Declaring a certain flare for the dramatic, the designer had this to say when asked about his seasonal offering. “I’m inspired by the idea of the weird, even ugly things in people’s closets that they can’t get rid of, because there’s nothing else like them.”

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