Matthew Williamson

Williamson’s look has always been about color, color, color, and this season did not disappoint. White capri pants, denim cutoffs and flowy khakis mixed with floral chiffon tops and cropped tees, sherbet striped sweaters, and fitted blazers. The second half of the show featured colorful dresses in cotton with smocking around the arms, slim feather weight tees, and dresses dripping…
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models of the moment?

There’s a piece in today’s New York Times about the return of the model. With both US Vogue and Bazaar placing models on their big September issues this year, you knew this statement was bound to be made. Too bad Vogue is going back to celebrities for October, with Charlize Theron the rumored cover girl. Personally I’m tired to celebrities…
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more lovliness for SS05…today’s shows include: Vera Wang Chado Ralph Rucci Benjamin Cho Monique L’huillier Matthew Williamson Cynthia Rowley Zac Posen Hot shows this weekend include Baby Phat, Behnaz Sarafpour, DKNY, Tuleh, Luella Bartley, Roland Mouret, Catherine Malandrino, Derek Lam, Diane vonFurstenberg and Luca Luca. Stay tuned for more reviews and pics…
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Tommy Hilfiger

After a season away from the runway, Hilfiger returned with a nautical themed collection. Cream and navy striped suits, sweaters, and dresses mixed with eyelet strapless dresses, and silk pareos. Later pieces included graphic print skirts and swimsuits in melon, lime, hot pink, bermuda shorts, and silk sailor pants. The problem with the collection was that seemed more like Michael…
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Proenza Schouler

Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough created a softer silhouette for Spring 2005 than their previous seasons. Their signature bustier was still scattered throughout the collection, but it was joined by print chiffon gowns, loose sequined tanks, trapeze woodblock print jackets and feather trimming. The color palette was very neutral (khaki, stone, cream, brown) with hints of plum, magenta, sage and…
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