Thakoon, as Style.com put it, went with the “gloomy military” look – a tried-and-true option. Very retail-appropriate, they also said. In a non-business sense, though, I saw chic, wearable pieces perfect for fall weather. Furs, hoods, tweeds, and WONDERFUL shoes. Not so much gloom – as Fitzgerald’s Amory said in This Side of Paradise, “…the Russians have a monopoly on gloom.” Not so much Thakoon.
I love hoods – warm and furry on the inside (perfect for when that brisk November wind starts to really blow!), chic and enigmatic to the outside observer.
Rasa Zukauskaite. I love this look – the ruffle skirt and the cut of the top.
Chanel Iman. Looks kind of like long johns under that coat…
I like the shoes!!!
Anna Selezneva. Mixing an Inuit-esque hood with straight-laced, buttoned-up Victorian jacket details and feminine ruffles.
Mirte Maas. I like this – the easy layers of mismatched fur and asymmetric light fabrics. All pale hues, too.
Siri Tollerad. Very structural and architerctural.
Sigrid Agren, closing the show.