Next up was Kevan Hall, a designer from Detroit who told Ebony magazine that when he first came East, “I wasn’t part of the fabric of the New York fashion world.” In this and every other way, Hall
bore little resemblance to the original Halston. He was a family man, spending his free time with his children, instead of swinging from the chandeliers with Bianca Jagger. He lasted two years. His successor, Craig Natiello, lasted another two years, and then the brand fell into dormancy.