Blumarine - This collection gives me a new appreciation for nude fabrics.
Understated prettiness that's not too precious. Sofa printed mini-dresses and romantic layering...I see a trend.
D&G - Love the gold runway. And dear god, I love miniskirts.
I'm just sort of tired of their fake-punk club gear - that's *heavily* influenced by all of Vivienne Westwood's career. But maybe this is all that's expected of this label?
Gucci - So covered up, but still so sexy.
Some def cheese, but still the standard, cold, dominatrix you've grown to love - now with rhinestones!
Jil Sander - Severly sad. Ditto Fendi.
MaxMara - Ooooh, let's go to Gstaad! Very Audrey Hepburn in 'Charade'.
Not so crazy about those cinched pouf skirts though.
Missoni - Italian jetset. I like the cropped trousers, loud jackets, and ribbon sandals (for fall?!).
Weird florals and asymetrical halter tops, not so sure of...
Miu Miu - A dream wardrobe for spending the semester abroad.
These clothes were made for libraries and house parties at the prof's. Alternately, perfect for a young, Italian widow.
Moschino - Ugh. A little too cheap Desperately Seeking Susan.
Roberto Cavalli - Just as you expected, though I abs love the blue china prints:
Versace - Impressive. It makes you wonder who's designing now...or has Donatella had a change of attitude after rehab? Less sex, more restraint, actually new ideas instead of endlessly recycling her brother's? A perfectly modern coat and boots:
A few embarrassingly cheesy dresses, so we're not confused as to which show we're viewing. I sort of miss the colors and prints though. How comfortable and easily sexy and pulled together does this look:
I want to look like that for the entire winter.