28 February 2010

Natasha, Abbey, Jacquelyn, Freja, Jac and Sasha - Versace 2010 F/W Milan

Sasha Pivovarova



Natasha Poly




Jacquelyn Jablonski



Monika Jac Jagaciak (O)



Freja Beha




Abbey Lee Kershaw



Donatella managed to make a collection that I quite appreciate. I don't love it, but I'm liking the vibe, it's sexy meet matrix and, damn, does it work! The typical Versace cuts were showed in blues, white, black, orange and mustard yellows. The tight wool sweaters, quite revealing, matched perfectly with a cowboy vibe, to which a little bit of class was added by using warm fur. The show was a clear celebration of the woman body. As anything could look perfect, the last looks were unbelievably...how do I say this...cheap...the asymmetrical dresses weren't that bad, but the ones with those shiny cyborg thingies were just...too much!

Natasha, Magdalena, Jacquelyn, Anastasia, Freja, Joan and Emilia - Jil Sander 2010 F/W Milan

Natasha Poly


Magdalena Frackowiak


Joan Smalls


Jacquelyn Jablonski


Freja Beha


Emilia Nawarecka


Anastasia Kuznetsova


The first outifts were very Jil Sander: simple-cut, structured pieces and sheer-dark pieces. And then, you'll start seeing a lot of short-suites, some simple and others knitted so colorfully. The boots were confortable looking, a statement of how-to-do, yet I found the collection a bit...uninspired... Yeah, I know I'm being harsh today, but that's how I feel...

Natasha, Magdalena, Jacquelyn, Jac, Sasha, Freja, Joan and others - Gianfranco Ferré 2010 F/W Milan


Sasha Pivovarova


Natasha Poly



Magdalena Frackowiak


Joan Smalls


Jacquelyn Jablonski



Monika Jac Jagaciak (O)



Freja Beha




Ferré rarely disappoints me, and this collection was no exception: on the sophisticated garments you could see a balanced dance between classiness and futurism, all embraced in black, white, gold and camel. The leather and fur were the winners of this simple race, but the geometric patterned textures were my must. However, this collection was not as overwhelming as the previous, in fact, in was a tiny bit of...boring...

Addison Gill and others - Emporio Armani 2010 F/W Milan

Addison Gill




I'm never a fan of Emporio Armani collection, but this time some cuts were surprisingly my taste... The draped skirts and the ruffles could have saved the collection, except for the boringness of it all... Yeah, personal taste. I enjoyed the fact he used my dearest Addison! Girl is too underrated for my taste!

27 February 2010

Azul Caletti and others - Susanna Cornet 2010 F/W Milan

Azul Caletti (O)







This collection is rather promising... The shapes are stupendous, so girly and still, so different! I like it's purity and, yet, sexiness... Combining super mini dresses and skirts with high stockings is atrociously cute!!! It also helps that my sweetheart Azul opened the show!

26 February 2010

Cármen, Jacquelyn, Anabela, Frida, Irina, Snejana and others - Dsquared2 2010 F/W Milan


Cármen Kass (O) (C)


Snejana Onopka



Jacquelyn Jablonski


Irina Kulikova


Frida Gustavsson


Anabela Belikova










Dsquared2 was THE celebration of the woman's body and sensuality. If you think you've seen enough of curvilinear shapes and SM references, think twice! These two made up a whole collection of edginess... If anything, they had the great Cármen Kass opening AND closing, and if she's not the epitome of classy sexiness, I don't know who is! Everything was a weapon of shear sexuality...The tight mega high boots both in black and...imagine...red!, the luxurious ruffles, the corset shapes, the ultra-feminine skirt, the super-mini dresses and glamorous feathers. It all counts, in love and war...And, in this case, in fashion!

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