Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Michael Kors Spring Summer 2010 New York

Oscar de la Renta Spring Summer 2010 New York

Peter Som Spring Summer 2010 New York

- Instead of cocktail dresses, he referred to his short little frocks as "Dance dresses" ot "Frou-frou dresses"

-Isn't it a modern version of 50s romantic/colourfull dresses?

Proenza Schouler Spring/Summer 2010 New York

True Collection for "IT GIRLS" all over the world!

Ralp Lauren Spring/Summer 2010 New York

“I BELIEVE in the resilient spirit of America. Hard times seem to sharpen our capacity for idealism and our optimism that tomorrow will be a better day. I am inspired by the character of the worker, the farmer, the cowboy, the pioneer women of the prairies living authentically through challenging times. I have always admired the honesty of their work wear—the weathered jean, the sturdy overall, the jean jacket, the faded blue work shirt, the naive print of a floral dress.” Ralp Lauren

Versace Spring/Summer 2010 Milan

Versace's spring summer collection was little bit unusual for me in a sense that it was more for young generation not that I'm old, it just I always felt Versace designs for very sexy,confident, beautiful woman who knows herself and what she wants. Well that is why I decided to concentrate on red-carpet gowns which I totally adored. Here are my favs:

Diane von Furstenberg Spring Summer 2010 New York

Spectacular treat for the senses!

"....animal print dresses, goddess-draped watercolour gowns, feather-trimmed shifts, floral beaded tunics and enough elaborately embellished confections to keep the designer’s A-list clients (like front row attendees Blake Lively, Michelle Trachtenberg, Trudie Styler and Rachel Zoe), red carpet ready for the next six months." Vogue

Derek Lam Spring/Summer 2010 New York

Dennis Basso Spring/Summer 2010 New York

Costello Tagliapietra Spring 2010 New York

"BEAUTY for beauty’s sake” was the idea behind the Costello Tagliapietra collection this season. “We always like to have these little hidden treats inside our clothes,” explained Tagliapietra post-show. “So it’s sort of like there’s a hidden lining - a lining without the structure - since we always try to deconstruct and not have anything uncomfortable.” Comfortable, gorgeous, eco-friendly designs? If that’s not beautiful, we don’t know what is." Vogue

Chado Ralph Rucci Spring 2010 New York (Part 2)