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by Timothy Hagy

PARIS - July 2, 2005 - In a light, airy space on the top floor of the Palais de Tokyo in the Musée d’Art Moderne sunlight streamed through skylights, while neon lighting suspended from rafters glowed. As the thermometer passed 90°, the Moritz Rogosky show began. Gone were the visibility problems that have plagued previous seasons, and in was a cast of professional models that were, for the most part, well behaved.

Artistically styled, sleek and solid, this was some of the best work yet seen from Rogosky. The proof was in the details - as in cut away vests worn with shirt and tie, double cuff trousers, sweaters piped with ribbing, form fitting tops, and most importantly, long shirt tails that fluttered in the breeze. Add in a colorful palette, stroked frequently by electric blue, and you have a show that mirrored the surroundings. Some of the molding swimsuits might not be every guys’ cup of tea, but overall the collection was commercially viable.

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