Today’s Picks

Though MATTHEW WILLIAMSON often relies too heavily on 70’s inspiration for my taste you have to give him credit for using color, using it often, and even for fall.

I’m not sure where ABAETE came from or where she’s going but in her more exciting moments (as with this deep purple silk dress and heavy patent boots) you can see why people are watching.

While an indie darling, all I can say is that Erin Fetherston seemed to be channeling a speakeasy on the moon and I didn’t get my invitation.

It’s DKNY. Go, see, BUY.

LELA ROSE, to my surprise, showed one of my favorite collections thus far. She mixed color, cut, and fabric masterfully; creating looks that were decidedly fall while still light, playful, and feminine. Sometimes clothes just need to look good.

SARI GUERON knows how to create a story. Her clothing conjures the girl with model good looks who dresses down, wears thick framed glasses, and still puts the decked out party-girls to shame for their primping. Gueron’s fall collection was a solid gathering of cozy, wearable pieces for the downtown sophisticate.

It’s hard to find anyone who isn’t in the 3.1 PHILLIP LIM fan club. His collection, as always, hit all the right notes and balanced trend with timelessness. Though some pieces looked a little familiar (Chloe Fall 2006…) it was another reliable and desirable effort from Lim. (I love the plaid bag!)

REYES put forth a solid collection (though at times homogenous) with some great structural pieces and well thought out details. This coat has the great patent accents that are continuing into next year as a winter weather trend.


February 6, 2007. Uncategorized.

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