4.23.2013

(This is a post/ assignment from a current designers course)
This Fall Winter Christopher Bailey named the collection Trench Kisses which contained the signature trench with gold detailing around a cinched waist,  heart, and animal prints. The looks that made their way down the runway to a live choir were very bold. Shirts, skirts, and accessories were covered in gromets. There were also printed pencil skirts with mixed animal prints. All of the looks were paired with kitten heels and a hand held bag or clutch.

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 This Fall the Meadham Kirchhoff collection was not one of my favorites. It was very dark and theatrical. The looks reminded me of film costumes. While the music also added to the odd feel of the show and the models walked awkwardly down the runway. The looks consisted of laser cut lace and vinyls. A few looks from the collection were sailor themed with black striped lining. Each look was also paired with a gold low heeled shoe. Other looks were paired with tiaras and lace embroidered veils that covered the model's faces.

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This collection consisted of lighter and brighter colors for Fall. I enjoyed the simplicity of the powdery pink coat paired with the plaid skirt. It was very simple and feminine. Looks also contained pops of color and materials like PVC and taffeta.

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 I found this Fall collection very eye catching and interesting. The architectural shapes and asymmetrical structures are what I enjoyed most. Also, the looks were not only structures but covered in landscape photography. The minimal mix of colors, gold, black, and white were a great play off of one another.


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Peter Pilotto's Fall collection which I enjoyed the most was very structured and grid like as well as asymmetrical. A lot of edgy shoulders rounded, pointed, and cut out. The looks went from pants, full skirts, to fitted dresses.



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