Best of the Spring/Summer Runways

9 Feb

I think Marni, like Missoni, is one of the most innovative and inspirational lines. Not only the use of color but also the cuts are unusual and unique. The second Marni piece is floral and colorful, so youthful yet so mature. The cuts are rarely tight and body-hugging but never fail to flatter the feminine form. It’s unusual and a look I love. The first look pairs bright colors with bold prints which is hard to pull off.

It’s impossible to say anything new or insightful about Chanel, but this fringed strapless piece is to die for.

This Doo.Ri dress is stunning.I’m in love with long sleeved mini’s and the fact that this one is silk and floral print makes it only more interesting. The way it wraps around the woman’s body and is tight while still remaining loose is beautiful. This is the epitome of a perfect spring dress.

I’ve been waiting for this Tibi dress to come available for purchasing for months now — as I said in my Tibi post. The structure and shape of the dress is such an unusual quality and the white lace only adds to it. I’m in love with it.

While Zac Posen usually takes from the J. Mendel book of chic elegance and femininity, this piece is different. The multiple variations of red silk wrapped around and folded into each other is beautiful. I love this style — in sweater layering or in silk, elegant dress. The slit covered in black sheer makes it mature and alluring. A great and unusual piece.

You may also like:

Chanel Spring 2011 Runway Review

Doo.Ri Spring 2011 Runway Review

Tibi Spring 2011 Runway Review


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