Okay-- so for me--Fall 2010 is neutrals, amazing thick chunky heels, and deep colors. I was caught off guard by how beautiful some of the collections were. I am so excited for this fall (and it is not even spring yet). Here are a few things that I am in love with and would like to strip of the models right now and put on.
TSE Fall 2010: TSE Cashmere is amazing. Jason Wu went above and beyond in their collaboration and made these incredible knits. I am big on layering and comfort while looking feminine-- that is what these looks are doing. L-O-V-E.
Mulberry Fall 2010 RTW: This collection was just so dainty, so classic, but with some modern twists. Well done Ms. Stone-- you make me excited to dress like a now-a-day 1950's vixen.
A Détacher: This collection has me drooling. I am very into sweater dresses and knits. Everything about the pieces are appealing to me. The styling makes them edgy and I think I find them so appealing because models and non-models alike could rock these looks off the runways. 'applauding'
Chris Benz 2010: This collection seemed a little confused to me-- it just didn't meld together the way I would have expected to. However, I loved the use of the muted metallic fabrics and a few of the dresses are just too gorgeous to resist--these pieces made up for the lack of harmony (for me that is).
Donna Karen 2010: This collection was sleek, chic, and very black (my favorite color-- I am attracted to black like a bear to honey). I was thrilled with her structured ruffles (ironic) and oversized coats. It all looked so elegant.
Tracy Reese 2010: This collection made me smile. A couple of the outfits were spectacular--and the herringbone-esque fabrics are brillant-- they are calling to me " You like me...you really, really, like me..."
DVF 2010: Jaw dropping-- I would wear absolutely everything from this collection. I literally bow to this woman-- Thank you Diane von Furstenberg-- I heard opera music in my head when I saw these pieces-- Puccini--
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