Monday, October 17, 2005

New York - SPRING/SUMMER 2006 - Only 28 more shows left!

Boudicca - On certain days, a little kitten mask is exactly what I need. Futuristic and blade-shape edge gives Tom Ford a run for his (old) money. Maybe just-right for that dream law firm, as well.

Catherine Malandrino - Girlish and wearable, with the slightest amount of edge and sex appeal.

Ralph Lauren - All-American working girl - or at least a girl who pretends to work and owns a yacht. Yawn.

Ralph Rucci Chado - He's back to boring me to tears...

Richard Chai - A wearable kind of boring. With a big ole bow on top.

Sari Gueron - Simple and semi-pretty. If cinched bags are pretty...

Sass & Bide - A very ugly take on pirate-dressing...and a little bit old Anna Sui. Not horrible, but not my favorite either.

Stephen Burrows - A little DVF-cool-girl. Fashionista suits and dresses when you dont want concept or too simple.

Strenesse - Serious suits, but girly (and surprisingly WASPy) dresses. Pretty brown/gold laces too.

Thakoon - Spring for little girls - but in a funny cool-girl-who-doesnt-give-a-shit-what-you-think way.

Tommy Hilfiger - My eyes are burning from the sight of those hideous checkered-is-that-quilted??? pants...the checkered shorts, on the other hand, are adorable.

Pretty much retread Ralph Lauren - your typical WASP-wear.

United Bamboo - Little girl gear, but with some easy summer dresses (esp this tuxedo-bib one) and good-Marc-Jacobs girl.

Vera Wang - Surprising edge from someone I boxed-in as only Pretty. Downtown Cool mixed with Uptown Deb - a luxer Daryl K.

I'm really glad she's branched out from Bridal - she has so much to give. I'm really digging this puffed-sleeve blouse. Actually, I'm loving every bit of this.

Willow - A ballerina's street clothes. Floaty but bondagey dresses.

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