Ahh! It seems like every time I check NYmag & Style.com, there are at least 10 new shows. Or maybe I’m just hallucinating. (These allergies, I swear…)
Anyway, other than the headliners – Al Wang, Lacoste, Richard Chai, Boy by BoO, etc. – my eye caught Ohne Titel especially. The opening look – that crazy geometric black-and-white bodysuit-esque item – made my brain go whoa. Cool. So I clicked on it and… well, here.
Karlie Kloss had the opening slot in this look. Crisscross blocks of B&W + red/white candycane-esque socks + bandage crop top = a weird mix of sporty, sexy, and surrealist geometry. Inventive, no doubt.
Alla Kostromicheva. Another sort of minimal-mod-bandage-geometry dress. I like the colours, how much the red pops against the toned-down grey and white hues.
Yulia Kharlaponova. More red in this one, plus some sequins… getting more exciting…
Kendra Spears. Love the pants – very wearable, and I like the cut – and the side-drape thing on the jacket is cool.
Katrin Thormann. More skinny-rope straps on basic draped tops. I spy with my blogging eye a T-R-E-N-D…
Nimue Smit. The all-white take on this look is sort of sporty…
Rose Cordero. I really like this model – her skin tone, her face. The sweater is cool too.
Abbey Lee. Knit peek-a-boo dress reminscient of yesterday’s ruffle bunches at Preen.
Kim Noorda. Rope strap, draped top, and ostrich feathers on the skirt! I love this look!
Heidi Mount. All images via Style.com.
Final thoughts: a cool, modern, sporty collection. Some pieces may not be the most wearable per se, but they sure look sweet.
Want: the ostrich-trimmed dresses, draped tops, and crop pants.