New York: AW 2010/11

Monday, February 22, 2010

Here are our favorites from the recent NY runways. These are definitely our pick of the bunch and we found these particularly inspiring.

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Dripping with embellishments. We love the way that Alexandre has played in ethnic/exotic references. It's Moorish yet refers to Russian babushkas and viking warriors.



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This collection has got me thinking about how amazing Joseph's technicolor dream coat would have been! I can't say I am one bit repelled by the clashing colors and prints. It's almost magnetic. No wonder Joseph's brothers wanted him dead.



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This collection seems to be built from heirloom pieces of Grandma's fabric box. Not only are they intricate and varying, they're also collected in a way that each piece has its own meaning. It's seeped with tradition and cultural references. Multiple scarfs in soft peach hues, tangerine, burgundy and white wrapped over and over the body and left to hang loosely. I spy saris, skirt over pants, Aztec wraps, mariachi detailing and kungfu shoes, bringing together different traditional silhouettes.



Source: style, dazed digital, nymag

8 comments:

Julia said...

I love the hair!

katie d said...

GREAT post. I love all the details you included.

x.katie

Jame said...

Love the details! Especially alexandre herchcovitch!! x

Jules said...

Their hair are gorgeous!

Jules
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Christina said...

Great picks! I loved Rodarte's collection, and I will go check out the other ones you posted. Thanks for the inspiration!

(always)alanna said...

gorgeous collections- thanks for sharing.
the detail in the alexandre collection absolutely BLEW MY MIND.
xx
adore your blog- will be back soon!

Bailey Hospodor said...

thanks for the comment:x i'll make sure to check out those stores in NYC!
love the shoes that Nicholas Kirkwood created, there fabulous!

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KÍA said...

This grandma collection is just what I've yearning for but can't afford