Thursday, September 23, 2010

New York Fashion Week in Review: My Favorite Shows

In no particular order, my favorite shows of the season.

Vena Cava
Cool, colorblocked looks inspired by the Memphis movement but made modern in softer colors and silks.


DKNY
New York dressing by way of Paris, with tailored pieces, bright colors, ruffles galore, and a strong sense of optimism.


BCBG Max Azria
In a week where little white dresses were de rigeur, these were some of the best. Bon chic, bon genre indeed.


Tory Burch
Groovy seventies bohemian flavor by way of the Upper East Side--plus killer bags and shoes too.


Nanette Lepore
Colorful, joyful, carefree, and completely wearable too.


Nicole Miller
A wearable take on sheer layers, mixed in with tailored pieces, sexy cutouts, and harness details.


Jonathan Simkhai
Too-cool-for-school clothes from a designer to watch.


Chado Ralph Rucci
From heartbeat-embroidered horsehair to new pieces in cotton, the most breathtakingly beautiful clothes of the week.

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