Marchesa's latest line was apparently inspired by Miss Havisham. We are always down for that, but given how many of the label's customers are bridal, isn't that kind of a bad omen? Anyhow, think plenty of tattered lace and you're on the right track!
For any fashion-watcher getting a little sick of all the never-ending 70s vibes of the past few seasons, Narciso Rodriguez's collection is a breath of fresh air. (If air, that is, can be clean-lined, abstract and modern. And wearing flat boots.) »These absolutely heel-less wonders mark a big change. I'm guessing…
You know what you're getting with a Betsey Johnson show: color, joie de vivre and plenty of pattern. But yesterday, you got double for your money: a Valentine's show that presented both Johnson's "Black Tag" line and the new, affordable "Pink Patch." They were themed, naturally, "He Loves Me" and "He Loves Me Not."… »
Tracy Reese designs clothes that are feminine, fun and — fashion word! — wearable. This collection was no exception, a combo of ladylike and boho whose palette, according to the designer's statement, was made up of "a shot of metallic, antique copper and silver, or a vibrant pop of raspberry, aqua or amber...breathing… »
DVF's show was inspired by "American Legends," and was described as "… muses and artists … travelers and settlers … always pushing the boundaries with strength and panache." This, apparently, was a vague enough umbrella to encompass 80's glam, spiffy sportswear, and that other American legend, classic DVF wraps and… »