March 13, 2010

fall 2010: part one

I can't believe the fall shows are over already...it seems like just yesterday I was impatiently waiting for the updates on style.com. Thought I'd share my top ten favorite shows with you all (based more on my own personal style than "fashion merit"):
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Click the number to go to the show.

 
(1) Rodarte. A lot of critics didn't particularly enjoy this collection, but it was my favorite Rodarte show yet. It was ethereal and exquisitely crafted, with floral chiffons, luscious knits, and intricate detail. I would be absolutely thrilled to own any of it, and was happy to see the Mulleavy sisters lighten up a bit.

 
(2) Fendi. You don't have to knock my socks off with some elaborate theme or crazy costumery for me to appreciate great fashion. Karl Lagerfeld kills it as usual, making a superb collection featuring great furs, darling boots, and interesting silhouettes. It may be very practical-meets-chic, but that's what we all want to fill our closets with in the end, isn't it?

 
(3) Lanvin. It's never a surprise to me that I obsess over the latest Lanvin show. I would love to just snuggle up to Alber Elbaz and tell him what a brilliant, magnificent, adorable man he is. By the time a new fashion season rolls around, I'm over black and looking for a little color, but Lanvin always manages to make the solemn shade look fresh and fabulous.

 
(4) Maurizio Pecoraro. I adore it when some designer that nobody ever talks about manages to catch my attention. This year, it was Italian talent Maurizio Pecoraro. Style.com panned the collection for the most part, citing it as unfocused and predictable. I don't know anything about the guy, so I'm not sure about those comments, but I loved the style and the wearability of his designs. I would take any one of these looks straight off the runway - particularly that suit!

 
(5) Tsumori Chisato. The more I go over this collection, the more I love it. The Aladdin-meets-circus theme was clever, colorful and outrageously fun to click through. I'm always on the lookout for really great color, and here it was in fine form. The show was inventive and imaginative, and I truly enjoyed it from start to finish.





9 comments:

beingdena said...

I go for the Tsumori Chisato collection- amazing.

hope you are having a lovely weekend.

Dena xoxo

DISTRIKMODE said...

urghhh I'm just DROOLING over Fendi's collection... definitely an inspiration! Thanks for this post chica.

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Farrah @ DISTRIKMODE

sasha b. said...

nice selection! love all of these designers.. there's so much going on in each outfit! And good luck looking for ankle boots! I lucked out when I found mine for cheap!

Fashion Chalet said...

Oh yes droll worthy INDEED!

And Ps. Shoes are so easy to walk in the main reason I love them ;)



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Brown and Cappuccino said...

beautiful and nice inspiration ;)

kiss from Portugal***

márcia*

Nature Grafitti said...

LOVED Tsumori...
Great collection re-cap, too!


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Fashion Chalet said...

I have beige to. And black is on back order until June.. gah! :/

Which D&G's knocked off by JC? Show me. :)


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Fashion Chalet said...

Oh I know. I couldn't buy them I love the suede and steeper look D&G offers :( but cute for a look a like. I got the other D&G wedges instead. I'm waiting for some warmth to expose my toes again. ;)

Thanks for the link, love. Happy weekend!


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TheStylist LA said...

Loved the Rodarte show as well....and LOVE ths blog...how are we just now finding it??

http://thestylistla.blogspot.com