Dan Lawson's Top Looks from "The Debate"

1. Oscar de la Renta is to thank for this fantastic deep maroon wool crepe suit.

1. Oscar de la Renta is to thank for this fantastic deep maroon wool crepe suit.

Brooke Kennedy, our director, was looking for a striking suit for Alicia that was feminine but strong and eye-catching. This suit was stunning on Julianna, and it's unique shape and seaming helped make it a standout.
2. I love this neckline on Diane!

2. I love this neckline on Diane!

The turquoise blue wool suit by Lafayette 148 looked great on Christine and was a nice color without being garish. I finished the look with a double strand of pearls that was tucked under the neckline that underscored the chic styling of the costume.
3. Chic and Glam

3. Chic and Glam

That was the look I wanted conveyed by this mink coat by Zandra Rhodes, generously provided by Bloomingdales, and the black Black Halo asymmetrical wool dress. The look was finished by simple diamond earrings and a snakeskin clutch bag.
4. Mr. Handsome!

4. Mr. Handsome!

The custom blue wool suit designed by me and built by Martin Greenfield was the perfect look for the debate with Alicia. I wanted him to look "presidential"; the light blue Brooks Brothers silk tie and white Thomas Pink dress shirt were the perfect accompaniment to the blue suit.
5. We love when John Benjamin Hickey comes to TGW!

5. We love when John Benjamin Hickey comes to TGW!

Ever the casual dresser, Neil Gross maintained his signature look with this teal suede jacket by John Varvatos, maroon cashmere hoodie by Ralph Lauren, and blue jeans by John Varvatos.