Saturday, February 27, 2010

Milan Fashion Week

Fierce & Edgy
Versace Fall 2010 RTW

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This collection was with no doubt fierce. It took edge to the extreme all while keeping it chic. From short skirts with long coats to biker pants, this collection was strong and tough and feminine at the same time. Personally, I loved it.

The Runway Show:

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Marc by Marc Jacobs

A Coat Of Many Colors
Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall 2010 RTW

Spotlight On The Front Row:
1. Vogue's Hamish Bowles
2. Justin Theroux and Lorenzo Marone
3. Teen Vogue's Amy Astley
4. Hinano Yoshikawa

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Spring With Mulberry

Carnival Chic
Mulberry Spring 2010 RTW

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I love going to fairs. They're just so much fun. From the rides, to the big stuffed animals, the fresh air, and the people eating way to much candy, its just a fun and exciting atmosphere. The Mulberry Spring 2010 RTW collection looked like a carnival on the runway. So its no surprise that some of the inspiration for the collection came from fairgrounds. The runway show also had a similar theme. The runway had carousel horses around it and balloons as the back drop (it reminds me of the carnival game wear you try to pop them and then get a stuffed animal). I loved this collection and would wear any of the pieces to a fair or any wear :)

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

The Latest On London Fashion Week

My Favorites From 3 Wonderful Designers
It seems that mixed prints and contrasting and bold colors are a norm on the runway this season. This is seen in these 3 designers Fall 2010 RTW collections for London Fashion Week. Issa's designs were beautiful. They were bold and colorful but also totally wearable.

Nathan Jenden
His collection was as far away from subtle as one could get. His bold prints and bright colors made this collection stand out in my mind. When I saw it I was like wow! It was definitely different then my taste but I loved it all at the same time.

Basso & Brooke
These two men's designs were inspired by the Silk Road all the way to Samarkand wear they took a 2 week trip. Basso designed the prints & Brooke designed the clothes. The duo's collection is stunning. It reminds me of all the different types of scenery in the world all pieced together.

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