Monthly Archives: February 2010

Milan Fashion Week – Gucci Fall 2010 Collection

I think this just might be my favourite Gucci collection since Tom Ford left.

View: Gucci Fall 2010 Collection via WWD.com

Milan Fashion Week – C’n’C Costume National Fall 2010 Collection

I would live in -40C temperatures year-round if I could dress like this.

View: C’n’C Costume National Fall 2010 Collection via WWD.com

Milan Fashion Week – No 21 Fall 2010 Collection

Sometimes the strongest statements are made with the simplest of presentations.

View: No21 Fall 2010 C0llection via WWD.com

Panther Ring – Iosselliani

Holy crap, you wear that and (a) you’ll have loveliness on your hand, and (b) you’ll really hurt someone with a throat punch.

Available: Panther Ring by Iosselliani via Forward by Revolve

London Fashion Week – Fall 2010 – Day 5

Stunners by Basso and Brooke, Amanda Wakeley and Burberry Prorsum.  Completely different, but all giving that same wonderful feeling in the pit of my stomach.

Basso and Brooke:

Amanda Wakeley:

Burberry Prorsum:

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London Fashion Week – Fall 2010 – Day 4

Sweetness from Antonio Berardi and Erdem.

Antonio Berardi:

Erdem:

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London Fashion Week – Fall 2010 – Day 3

More lovely pieces by Richard Nicoll, Matthew Williamson, Jasper Conrad and Aquascutum.

Richard Nicoll:

Matthew Williamson:

Jasper Conrad:

Aquascutum:

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London Fashion Week – Fall 2010 – Day 1 & 2

Haven’t fallen for a full collection yet, but these pieces from BODYAMR, Paul Costelloe, Maria Grachvogel and Holly Fulton are amazing.

BODYAMR:

Paul Costelloe:

Maria Grachvogel:

Holly Fulton:

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Diane von Furstenberg – Fall 2010 Collection

DVF is DVF is DVF.  And that’s a good thing.  Timeless, wearable, beautiful.

View: Diane von Furstenberg Fall 2010 Collection via Style.com

Max Azria – Fall 2010 Collection

Yes, this is the 3rd collection from Azria.  And really, just as strong in completely different ways.  Straight edges, asymmetry, controlled draping.  Lovely.

View: Max Azria Fall 2010 Collection via Style.com

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