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What if working in fashion was always as frenetic as fashion week? I would have to say “no thanks” in that case!
Here they are — the day 5 show reviews — it was a busy one!
Not surpsigingly it was an 80s-inspired collection, complete with oversized hipster eyeglasses, Buster Brown hats, colorful scarves, and great bags.
Colorful riding coats and pastel satin gowns strongly pervaded Cho Cheng’s debut at fashion week.
Darker than the BCBG collection, the signature line featured sculptural jackets, deconstructed tunics, leather and metallics that stated it’s time to think about the future of fashion.
Very Italian suits, sexy cuts, and visible applique lent its way to making a strong showing in the tents; fashion Italian style still rules!
True to form, the Rodarte sisters expiremented with a mixture of inspirations, resulting in a distinctive, hand-crafted, yet couture aesthetic.
Leathers, buckles, and creamy shades of grey invaded the G Star runway at Hammerstein ballroom; we only wish those drop-crotch pants weren’t so drop crotch — I have a feeling they would make me look even shorter than I already am!
Prints to covet, in silhouettes to love seemed to be Amy Smilovic’s moto for the fall 2009 collection.
A bit sombre, however signature Narciso sleekness prevailed; no wonder the First Lady prefers his collection! Loved the peachy pink dresses; definitely the highlight of the collection (let’s try not to think about the weird head gear, shall we?)
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