13 February 2010

New York Fashion Week Part I

Seems that designers on the beginning of the New York Fashion Week, been taught with coldness of this winter, are very preparing us for the Ice age next year. Maybe warm is new nude. Sweater dressing is very popular, which certainly puts a superb on Dries Van Noten and fuzzy sweaters. Inspired or not Cythia Steffe had fuzzy zebra skirt which could easily become very perfect item for the next season editorials. Same idea led Cushmnie et Ochs and Erin Wasson to play with fuzzy in white.
Did Edgy for the next season become sophisticated goth or we have to wait for sequent of NYFW to make the conclusions (Wang is broadcasting on Times Square). Yigal Azrouƫl was very loyal to his vision keeping urban touch even if are models wrapped in shawls or capes(BCBG Max Azria also joined that vision this year).
In this beginning of fashion week love for drapery is highly growing. Especially in mini style where skirts become draped and top body-con ( on Vena Cava, Costello Tagliapietra, Doo.Ri and Michael Angel). According to few, skirt will indeed have a big role next season; short pleated with zazou charm like from Cynthia Steffe matched on over-the-knee socks - ruffled in two tones from Generra - lady-like pleated velvet from Julian Louie or totally Bohemian with 70s glance from Richard Chai and Rachel Comney. In the same way are announced the jumpsuits; Colored in rock manner, embellished on the sleeves on Charlotte Ronson, slinky on Acne, in print on Cythia Rowley or goth on Wayne.
I absolutely adored Shipley & Halmos collection which I am bringing to you in next post and Preen with their refined cut-outs and sheer details with lingerie glance.

Lady-like next season will be

New-Vintage prints

Long and bohemian

Beautiful new face(star) Juana Berga in Rachel Comey skirt, Richard Chai Long Love

Britain's finest...Preen

What's the next?


Monica said...

warm is the new nude :)

love it!

sincerely, the fashionista from thesilentswagger.blogspot.com

Couture Carrie said...

Love these highlights!
And Preen was fantastic!

Happy Valentine's Day!


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Tiffany Kadani said...

I am loving Preen. So feminine and beautiful and perfect. Hope you're having fun!

Grace said...

Rowley may finely get me wearing prints!

Love Grace.

Kendra Alexandra said...

Love these photos!

Anonymous said...

there is a name of a model poorly written .. her real name is Juana BURGA, not Juana bErga.

DaBlackSjp said...

I like this selection!!!!!


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