Feb. 7 - Fashion designer Tadashi Shoji shows a Moorish-inspired fall collection at New York Fashion Week with dresses and evening gowns with architectural details. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Designer Tadashi Shoji took a walk in a moonlit Moorish palace for his fall 2014 runway show on Thursday, the first day of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York.
The Japanese-born American fashion design showed sensual gowns in rich velvets and suede.
The designer opted for a strong color palette with reds, greens and blues to stay true to theme.
Shoji, who was born in Japan and studied design in the United States, is based in Los Angeles. He launched his own label in 1982. Since then, he has built up a global clientele of women who need gowns for galas and weddings - and celebrities who must dazzle on the red carpet.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week will run in New York through February 13 at Lincoln Center and in other venues around the city.
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