Saturday, October 3, 2009
NYC Spring 2010 Day 7
Tory Burch had girly spring floral patterns, classic shapes such as a Chanel-esque skirt suit turned pink and black paired with a loose gray t-shirt, and a black leather mini-skirt with a mom- blouse and edgy denim jacket. The snakeskin shirtdress was fun.
Oscar de la Renta had very lacey wonderful things. I loved the blue silk dress paired with the red bowler hat and belt. I loved the poufy, chiffon, blue and white skirt paired with a bright blue bag and white jacket. I also loved the off the shoulder black and white striped sweater, blue trouser shorts, and blue bowler hat. The evening wear was as expected fantastic ruffles, colors, and draping.
Michael Kors had some sexy cutout swimwear, a cute black and white shift dress, and some simple use of color and shapes per usual.
Proenza Schouler had a great tailored blue jacket, leather bow tied miniskirt with sunglasses and a loose halter that gave off this cool west coast vibe, and a mixing and matching of tie die and floral miniskirts that was kind of cool.
Anna Sui had this fantastic 60s thing going on and I loved it; long hair lace up boots and beautiful flower patterns and dresses. I love the preppy sweater vest and blouse with trouser shorts. There was also some cool military detailing and crazy patterns that reminded me of Willy Wonka.
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