25 reviews New York Fashion Week 2009.
Review by Craig Montague
Charlotte’s spring 2010 collection gave a breath of fresh air with her light blue denim and nude color scheme. Her emphasis on shoulders, whether it be with over the top angular shapes or showing off the shoulder with no fabric on them, gives a sort of subtle sex appeal to her collection.
A woman seems to never go wrong with a Lauren piece in their closet. His timeless clothes for this spring 2010 collection did not steer far from his legacy. With his male themed runway show, Mr. Lauren showed that you don’t have to just wear women’s clothing to be fashionable. He also showed that mixing clothing for the sexes is the next step in this androgynous forward fashion industry.
Academy of Art University:
One of the things that will automatically draw your attention to this collection is the wide range of colors used for the color scheme. Their cutting edge collection plays on color and shape, giving the fashion savvy a heads-up of what to look for spring 2010.
America’s project runway designer has brought a collection that can be said to have heart, soul, and passion in each and every piece. This collection displays how drama in clothing can be done correctly and has an effortless high fashion theme about it that doesn’t become overwhelming or complicated.
Brown’s collection showed a certain quirkiness towards men’s fashion for the upcoming spring. You can see the trend of the nude colors throughout this collection as well as others. Brown made a collection that will allow men look at other venues and colors when it comes to the way they dress for the spring.
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