Japanese designer Tadashi Shoji has stated that his goal "is to design classic clothing with a democratic price point that woman can wear regardless of age, body type, or season." That's certainly refreshing, and from what you can see in the Spring collection, about half true! The line seemed split between sharp, architectural pieces crafted with origami-like precision, and softer, drapier evening wear that, while less intellectually engaging, is certainly the more wearable component, especially in the same palate of neutrals, with the occasional jolt of cobalt or puce.(Click on any image to begin gallery)
I do like the opportunity to be able to comment on nothing in particular. Oh the potential! I could bring up something really savvy and intriguing out of the blue and make you all want to discuss it!
Or maybe I'll just sit here and contemplate how i'd look in cobalt.