Imitation of Christ

Tara Subkoff’s line used to be the coolest of the cool. Now it seems like it’s a ripoff of a bunch of designers that did it better the first time around. The first half of the show was the Imitation line, grecian shorts and minidresses with sequins, loose capris and worn with gladiator type sandals, part of her collaboration with…
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in my closet

Kenneth Cole

Kenneth Cole was channeling a bit of Narciso Rodriguez in his spring presentation: lots of white, clean lines, skinny silk skirts with fitted tanks, retro cut swimsuits. After the white intro, he delved into neutrals like sand, navy and steel gray, with a bit of pale aqua thrown in. Silhouettes were slim, with fitted suits, pencil skirts, and elegant sheaths…
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Perry Ellis

Perry Ellis’ show for men and women was absolutely stunning. Patrick Robinson showed delicate and feminine pieces for women, featuring ruffled hems, metallic sashes, satin bustiers and flowing sundresses. He accessorized all the looks with vintage-y chunky pearls and satin ribbon used as bracelets. The mens looks were vintage PE, featuring striped sweaters and polos, slim trousers, silk print shirts,…
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today is the day…yippee!! Spring 2005 Fashion Week kicks off today with the following shows: Kenneth Cole Perry Ellis Imitation of Christ Tracy Reese John Bartlett Sass & Bide Heatherette New York magazine has an interesting article on the rapid downfall of IOC, once the hot indie label, it’s now going mainstream by opening a store and collaborating with Easy…
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The Spring 2005 Fashion Weeks are almost upon us, kicking off in NYC on Wednesday. The schedule has been announced with Kenneth Cole, as usual, getting things started. I, unfortunately, won’t be at this go round, but will have daily reports, so don’t fret. I’m looking forward to Perry Ellis, Proenza Schouler, Tracy Reese, Marc Jacobs, Narciso Rodriguez, and Peter…
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