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Sunday, September 10, 2006

Fashion Week So Far.....anyone?

So have you seen any collectons yet that you really loved.....anyone, anyone,,,,Bueller?

Comments on "Fashion Week So Far.....anyone?"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:03 AM) : 

Victoria Bartlett's collection was rather decent.
Quite impressive in some regards.


Blogger Ostentatious Style said ... (8:07 AM) : 

So far it's Yigal Azrouël and Josh Goot for me!


Anonymous ngozi said ... (8:12 AM) : 

yigal azroul's collection is so breathtakingly simple and stunning.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:52 AM) : 

Jenni Kayne was full of items I would actually wear.



Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:22 AM) : 

Yigal Azrouel definitely...! simple yet edgy...


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:26 AM) : 

Alexandre Herchcovitch was toned down, with loud prints in more or less prim cuts. The accessories, however, were another story, with models struggling to keep their bangles around their wrists and more than one name brand model almost falling from his cut-out heel shoes.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:37 AM) : 

I like Yigal Azrouël's.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:05 PM) : 

I third Yigal Azrouël! But Alexandre H is always nice as well.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:26 PM) : 

yiga yiga yiga. i loved it too. i thought ruffian's was really fun and youthful also.


Anonymous Claire said ... (1:37 PM) : 



Blogger thecoherent said ... (1:39 PM) : 

i liked karen walker


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (2:22 PM) : 

jenni kayne and karen walker most definitely.


Blogger Fashion p.i. said ... (2:57 PM) : 

Rag & Bone looked like the kind of clothes I could fill a closet with; Yigal Azroul's and Reyes the same. I was at the Nicole Romano show, and saw a couple of dresses, plus some suiting, that were really impressive, but others that were disappointingly bland. haven't seen the herchcovitch photos yet...trying to work today!!

By the way, your jacket was so sharp on the Coutorture media video. Was that the Ralph?

If I see you in the tents this week, I hope you won't mind if I say hello.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:43 PM) : 

Ask me again after tomorrow...I can't wait for Marc Jacobs!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:00 PM) : 

I too wanted to fill my days with Rag & Bone jeans and jackets. The woman with the headscarf could start a revolution, I think,


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:04 PM) : 

saw a new designer today - Gustavo Arango - pretty pretty dresses. also had styled show with really fabulous jewelry by a designer Coomi - nice to see a total look on the runway


Blogger Kathleen said ... (6:54 PM) : 

Karen Walker tailors great pants - Josh Goot similarly well-cut (Narciso-esque), but I'd never be able to eat pasta with red sauce ever again...

Toni Maticevski always does amazing things - he and Olivier Theyskens should get together and go bowling.

Wait a minute - they're all from Australia or New Zealand. Okay, to be impartial: I loved the palette at Rag and Bone, and - to be completely unoriginal - Yigal Azrouel.


Blogger Maria said ... (7:07 PM) : 

Karen Walker seems to have an oustanding collection so far.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (7:35 PM) : 

Sabyasachi has blown everyone else at NY out of the water so far, it was breathtaking. The colors, the shapes, the styling, the everything!


Blogger Liza said ... (7:38 PM) : 

Screw the collections... I'm obsessed with your coverage on The photographs are beautiful and your eye for style is perfectly in tune. Bravo! I cannot wait for more.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:48 PM) : 

I thought Cia Maritima had a good first show at the tents.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:09 PM) : 

I loved Verrier and VPL. The rest I am not so enamoured with—I'm waiting for Lanvin and Marni.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:22 PM) : 

Ruffian made me smile.


Blogger Lael said ... (10:55 PM) : 

Nothing. I have yet to see anything that has sparked any sort of interest and/or passion. It is all so BORING!!

btw, love your photos on - I'm not sure if it is a good thing or a bad thing - people being dressed better and wearing more interesting clothing then the items being shown.

Not that I despise simplicity - which seems to be the direction that most designers are taking, but I would like to see a little creativity/ innovation. It seems like I have been looking at the same garmets for the past 3 seasons.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:03 AM) : 

where on can you see his photos??


Blogger CC said ... (1:03 AM) : 

I thought Jenni Kayne did such a sweet collection. Not particularly directional or avant-garde, but the outfits all looked like something you would see a New York girl strolling down the street in.


Blogger B.E.A. said ... (3:10 AM) : 

I was at the Luella Bartley show. I was very impressed with the collection. It was fresh and flirty; loved the cuts of the dresses and LOVED the trench coats.


Blogger Lorna said ... (4:23 AM) : 

Yigal Azrouel and some newcomers I think are called April May.


Anonymous a. said ... (4:25 AM) : 

sabyasachi is the most exciting show i've seen so far. exciting as in new/different ideas. his use of color and print is refreshing. can't remember who said this (somewhere on a blog, or in comments, somewhere), it seems like everyone is copying/riffing off of chloe, and as much as i love chloe, it's time to move on.

jenni kayne also - very sophisticated use of color, and well-cut. i also liked yigal azrouël (joining the chorus) (tho some of his stuff falls in the chloe-redux camp).

does anyone understand the ny times' love for alice roi? they have a video commentary/interview on her posted already - their first piece on ny fashion week - in which eric wilson fairly swoons over her stuff, much as cathy horyn did a few months earlier. i see what he's saying on a very philosophical level, but when it comes down to the clothes themselves, i don't find anything appealing about them.


Anonymous Ambrose said ... (11:34 AM) : 

Louis Diran's show yesterday was an eye-opener for me. I liked the way he seems to deconsruct from outside the traditional form.

The show had a nice buzz to it as well-- a good example of how this sort of thing can be exciting without being contrived.


Blogger stella b. said ... (12:07 PM) : 

Yigal Azrouël and Jeremy Laing showed pieces that are interesting and wearable


Anonymous mav said ... (2:05 PM) : 

sabyasachi for sure...
your coverage on Style is very fun.
beautiful photos.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (4:39 PM) : 

loved VPL, H Fredriksson, Loden Dager and rag + bone!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:10 AM) : 

So far I find your pictures more inspiring than any of the shows. All I can say is, I can't wait for Paris!!!


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:18 PM) : 

brian reyes was great with his neutral tones and monique Lhuillier was perfectly practical, she might not be innovative but will probably be very commerical and marketable.


Anonymous talia said ... (8:17 PM) : 

there is an empire waist colorblocked cap-sleeve little silk number that is on my list. i am a sucker for silk and vena cava uses alot of that material. they feel great on.


Blogger pattie said ... (5:11 PM) : 

Tierd of seeing the same stuff done in different ways. The highlight for me was the unique jewelry by Coomi. went and got myself a few pieces and get more comments and admiring looks than I have ever got with clothes.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:04 PM) : 

you might have to look at 31 flavours lol


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