Cynthia Rowley - Pretty party dresses.
Derek Lam - Cool girl dresses and separates. Nothing earth-shattering, unfort.
Donna Karan - Mmmm. Loving the obi-tied dresses and jackets. So polished and easy - the color scheme totally speaks to me too.
Jenni Kayne - Simple clothes built only for willowy girls, but i love this dress:
Libertine - There's just something with the label that I love. It's all junk jewelry and Desperately Seeking Susan, but that is an ideal fashion for me...it's something I can actually adapt for myself. Pure inspiration in a totally attainable way - and what kind of person cant embrace lilac tights? A wrong person, that's who. This season is a little D&G, which is always right by me. I can only pray that I end up as cool and wacky as the old ladies on this runway.
Michon Shur - More pretty clothes for willowy girls...
Myself - Former As Four label goes from too-concept-y to yawn-inducing, but throws in some Vera Wang to throw me off.
Narciso Rodriguez - Damn you, mens clothing, for ruining the flow! I think I can get behind this all-white, especially with a little Spring coat. I'm not sure about those long jumpers though. Are they maternity?? Ho hum.
Peter Som - Charmingly wrong sailor pants and high necked shirts for cool girls who dont need to wear clothes to look sexy. And dresses that Narciso *should* have made...
Phi - Fun party dresses and daring work clothes.
Wunderkind - 70s dandy trouser suits and blouses. Not for me. Bell-sleeved baby dolls. Getting interested. Gorgeous gowns. Ok, I'm here.
Y3 - I'm not sure what to say or why this is on a runway...sorry, Yohji, disappointing.
Zero - Serious dressing for the unconventional but not risk-taking girl. I like this fabric but loathe this neckline: