Bookmarks for the Spring 2013 from New York Fashion Week
Orla Kiely Except at Orla is always happening a showcase of extremely pretty garments, once again she amused her loyal fans with another wonderful film from her factory of talent; director Maximilla Lukacs and Lula’s Leith Clark. Bardot-esque Hannah Holman as Darlin took Orla Kiely’s pretty designs to vague summer of 1960. (see film here)
Lauren Moffatt’s quirky dresses and swimsuits made in joyful stripes and polka dots, perfectly fitted in the environment; the tennis court. Inspiration behind; "a combination of the very classic look of lawn tennis in the '60s, and a colorful city pool."
Rachel Antonoff had another great presentation. This time Rachel’s girls, dressed up in comfy frocks that only cool girls know how to wear, spent the day at picnic. Except clothes, she showed us once again why her collaboration with Bass shoes is just the right thing.
Karen Walker, New Zealand queen of preppy, steps more than usual into the field of girly and it looked just right. So except Playpark in New Zealand, she created one in New York. (Playpark is the store that besides Karen Walker clothing and eyewear, offers great range of clothes by Karen’s favorite designers)
Tocca, under our beloved Emma Fletcher is surely going to right direction. Emma’s vision of hot air balloons and kaleidoscopes it’s not just marvelous, but very practical. Shoes were ideal, especially when they were in contrast with Emma's signature soft lace inserts.
More moments to remember
Christian Siriano ballerina’s moment and pointed Mary Janes adorned with bow. Suno’s shiny dresses, everything from Honor and Steven Alan, Yeohlee’s metallic romance, Edie’s moment at Marc Jacobs (even Alexa Chung between her DJing gigs found the time to share the memory of Edie with designer) and Misha Nonoo’s Cuba-inspired unpretentious ensembles.
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