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Vivienne Westwood Red Label
Never dull, deliciously gaudy colors daubed the F/W 2010 Collection, imbuing plaid, pinstripes and solids with flair on the catwalk. The line was thick with heavy layers, angular cuts and voluminous texture, comprised of looks accented with whisky flyaway bouffants fit for tea with the Mad Hatter. Purple suits, pink coral tights and the odd apron epitomize the funky and endearing Westwood-ian aesthetic that makes Wonderland come to life, just in time for Tim Burton’s new film premiere.
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Christopher Bailey seduces us yet again with when sexy meets conservative in his F/W Collection. With a touch of color , thigh-high python and black-scaled leather boots and tons of fur, Bailey revamps basic outerwear in another Prorsum line to die for. Jackets ranged from classic thigh-grazing trenches and waist-length bombers to cropped volumes of fur-lined leather. The neutral and jewel-toned garments that peeked through were rich in texture, providing a fine contrast to the sheer black tights underneath the cropped cuts. Letting his designs speak for themselves, models rocked natural wind-blown hair as onlookers slowly turned green with envy. Check out the entire collection here.