ALC was absolutely my favorite collection from London Fashion Week. Mulberry was a close second – but everything here just looks effortless and perfect – and makes me realize I need leather pants.. like need. PLUS maybe I’ll try some sort of updated printed matching twin-set… maybe…. maybe….
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last season, i was introduced to the antonio berardi collection ( you know – by simply clicking on a random designer i hadn’t heard of on style.com ) and liked it so much that i made a point to find him again. although this collection is very different from what he showed last season – i love how it has evolved. the black and navy lace – paired with neon green shoes – actually really inspiring. i also love the coats. it seems like everyone is doing their version of a big – boxy – fur coat – and his, the long gray number with ‘patchwork-esq’ placed fur (i think it is layered over another jacket) is a great interpretation that might not leave us feeling like a big rectangle.
uhhhh what’s with the lack of separates in this collection? i mean – yes, it is about winter, so the emphasis on outerwear is sensible – but i mean, really? really, really? it’s like that was all there was. even so, i did manage to find a few furry coats that are sure to keep someone warm when the snow comes a-fallin’.
You know what is funny.. i bet this spring we will see editorial table settings and table pieces being sold in these neon floral laces and meshes. i mean.. it is nothing new… but this spring i think it will be big. it is just so amazing how fashion translates into so many different mediums.. i believe fashion really sets the tone for so many creative industries… Anyways.. we’ll have to wait and see about my prediction… but read it here… i’m calling it now. although i don’t love the head-to-toe looks of this collection (maybe i will when i look at it again in month or so) i think they are going to break into separates really well. i mean.. those plastic-y looking floral lace pieces are going to all over the editorial pages. see more from this christopher kane show at style.com
The thing i love about fashion, is never-fail, every season you get such a diverse mix of perspectives from designers about how women should dress. you can be one girl on monday, and then someone totally different on sunday. in this collection, i feel like these dresses are going to be all over the pages of my favorite magazine.. lula. so girly, sweet, and fanciful.. i could be an Anastase girl.. on tuesday maybe. see more at Charles Anastase at style.com
could.not.stop.clicking. love.love.love. garden party on crack.. like the really good stuff. even though a lot of the dresses are similar in shape- the fit and rich fabrics make it all okay.. if only i could frolic in the park in of these come spring, i would be a happiest little kitten on the block! which is your favorite? i think mine is… three, five, and eight! please check out the entire collection at style.com
i’ll admit, id never heard of Antonio Berardi until this season. i was browsing style.com (of course), looking for new designers, and fell in love.. the colors, the silhouettes, the wispy-ness. don’t you just love how he mixes the soft pink, rosette dresses with a light “army green” structured jacket.. i mean it’s obvious.. but not overboard.. just right i think. i can’t wait to see what he does next season..
the relaxed, perfectly tailored menswear in shimmery grays and blues – and then mixed in with the the florals in this beautiful dusty palette… just wow. see everything at style.com
the mix of textures and proportions are so right here. and the mostly neutral palette sprinkled with pops of red and navy (which is technically a neutral.. but not really when shown with all the neutrals here) keep things interesting and exciting look to look. yeeps… look two is amazing, right.. by far my favorite? thanks again style.com for all your amazing coverage