Thursday, March 11, 2010

Best of Fall 2010

Too many collections in too short an amount of time, boy oh boy does fashion move fast! Here's a look at our favorite collections that are destined to make an impact on all of our future buys. Bye-bye Balmania & welcome back minimalism:

Another blockbuster collection from Phoebe Philo at Celine that was centered around precise, pragmatic sportswear in a very strict, urbane manner. Wherever the fashion winds blow Philo, we will follow.

Marc Jacobs

After quite a few tricky collections Marc Jacobs was back on track with a collection that looked back at his own signatures, and we were happy to see his original quiet, bookish, almost nerdy girl make a comeback.

Christopher Kane

Chris Kane's inventive mix of graphic traditional floral embroideries, black matte leather & lace made a compelling argument against today's cry for straight-forward minimalism. It was anything but sobering but still oh-so-cool.

Jil Sander

In a time when minimalism is on everyone's radar, Raf Simon's used the strict codes of Jil Sander(the queen of minimalism) to full advantage producing a right-on-the-money line of clean, cool and impeccably tailored sportswear.

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