Monday, 25 December 2017

ALC PreFall 2018

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I admit the only reason I’m interested in Andrea Lieberman is because her past lies in being a stylist. My observation is that her line is perhaps too curated, too thought out, too sales oriented, but this is what you get with a background in  pushing each celebrity that she dresses to make the best dressed list. She is a perfectionist. 

The look of her Pre-Fall collection was balanced, clean and literally would be an asset in any closet. I like the silhouettes, I like the elegance and I certainly love the details in her extra-wide sleeves throughout. Simple, unfussy and the foundation of a good wardrobe.

Yet there’s absolutely no excitement. Yes, we all want to have classic pieces but the future generation also need a hint of individuality; they also need a little fun. She could have added three more pieces inclined in that direction. But hey, overall it was well crafted and modern. x


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Saturday, 23 December 2017

Versace. Versace. Versace Spring 1994 RTW. Gianni.

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The immaculate gold safety-pin dress worn to full effect by Elizabeth Hurley in 1994, a hard to look away collection that made your heart skip a beat this was Gianni Versace, the genius tailor of sex. 

Before Hurley, the show that will forever be stamped in our minds is the Spring 1994 Ready to Wear, VERSACE.

Kate Moss in a navy pin-striped suit, one part banker, another part Catholic school girl. Christy Turlington in full-blown Lolita mode, wearing a pink gingham pinafore paired with short white socks and pumps speared through with a kilt pin. The extended offering also included tie-dyed laces and lace-trimmed biker shorts that made abbreviated shifts "decent."


The source of Gianni’s inspiration was clear. Punk. The use of pins, slashings, the cut-outs all careful engineered. This was sex and rebellion.

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Saturday, 16 December 2017

G U C C I | PreFall 2018

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The Gucci girl, we are all in love with her. Alessandro Michele, the designer, the recent phenom, we can’t get enough of him. With his help for Pre-Fall, the models roamed the Eternal City of Milan providing the perfect backdrop for the most exquisite and extravagant silhouettes.



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