September 24th //
Milan Fashion Week brings out some of the most well-known and classic Italian powerhouses like Fendi, Prada and Gucci. This year is the city’s longest Fashion Week yet and here are a few of my favorite runway looks so far:
Which look is your favorite?
September 21st //
Even though Fashion Week is longer in New York than it is in London, they still manage to pack a serious style punch in a short amount of time. Take a look at a few of my favorite trends that have sailed down the runway at London Fashion Week so far:
Periwinkle at Matthew Williamson:
Soft florals at Erdem:
Black + white at Pringle of Scotland:
Menswear at Paul Smith:
No pants at Acne:
Which is your favorite?
September 17th //
Just because I’m in Venice with my family does not mean I haven’t been keeping up with all things Fashion Week over in NYC. Ralph Lauren‘s Western + Navajo + Victorian + Prairie collection just debuted and I’m already hearing amazing things! It may seem like a strange combo of trends, but it works. The photos of leather vests, lace necklines, fringe handbags and stunning neutrals have me believing there is no way the public will wait until Spring to jump on this look; the ode to traditional American mixed with frivolous, feminine details is too hard to resist.
September 16th //
Marchesa‘s Spring 2011 presentation was filled with works of art created in colors such as champagne, pearl white, ebony, navy, pale blues and seafoam greens. Designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig described the stunning, made-for-the-red-carpet collection as an “Orientalist journey”:
September 13th //
Diane von Furstenberg and Prabal Gurung were each making big statements by sending bright prints and colorful patterns down the runway during New York Fashion Week. You can count on DvF for intricate designs and feminine silhouettes that will flatter any body type and Prabal Gurung amped up a minimalist fit with bold color-blocking:
Diane von Furstenberg