Sunday, October 24, 2010

Runway Rewind: The Best of Fall 2010

Too many collections in too short an amount of time, boy oh boy does fashion move fast! Seeing as we ourselves have already forgotten many of fall's key collections, here's a look at favorites from Fall 2010 that are destined to make an impact on all of our future buys.

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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