The Mulleavy sisters sent yet another crowd pleasing collection down the runway this fashion week with a collection inspired by the work of Gordon Matta-Clark who was known for his “building cuts”–installations in abandoned buildings where he removed sections of floors, ceilings, and walls. The models wore killer thigh high boots made by Nicholas Kirkwood with mini dresses and skirts made of pale leathers, and silk chiffons. The materials were died and cut-up and reassembled to look like marble or stone. The final product was beautiful, many of the creations were paired with shaggy knit cardigans or jackets and belted. The models wore their hair in tightly wound, woven, braided chignons completing the collection’s sleek, polished, and modern feel.

M.A.C. Beauty Face Chart for Rodarte F/W 2009:

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Watch the looks on the Runway:

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