jueves, 10 de septiembre de 2009

BCBG Max Azria Spring 2010 Ready to Wear.

Patricia Van Der Vliet

A healthy front-row bloc of PYTs du jour at BCBG Max Azria usually sets off the fashion season's first paparazzi swarm.

Marike Le Roux

Today it was sister act Theodora and Alexandra Richards happily braving the flashes alongside Leigh Lezark, Solange Knowles, and teen queen Amanda Bynes. Appropriately, the clothes on the runway could have gone by the name of the latter's breakout movie, What a Girl Wants.


Dorothea Barth Jorgensen

What does a girl want? Well, for many, particularly the sector who follows the It-party-girl lead, the checklist is still short, body-con, and sexy in the eighties vein that has made stars out of Alexander Wang and today's Balmain.

Anastasia Kuznetsova

The husband-and-wife team of Max and Lubov Azria worked the look like a collage, piecing and tucking bright abstract florals into solid blacks, navies, and the odd Pepto pink.


Anya Kazakova

Ruched silks and tulle were tightly bandaged around the body, the effect made sexier still with sheer black insets. On the looser side, dresses that riffed on the T-shirt made a coherent and welcome counterpoint.

Jac

Every model carried a glossy metallic clutch, as if poised to stay out all night at a moment's notice. Sure, their proposition wasn't quite new, but the Azrias' trickle-down timing is right on. And after last season's concept-heavy offering, the show was a youthful breath of fresh air.


Sophie Srej

Julija Steponaviciute

Katie Fogarty

Debora Muller

Jacqueline Jablonski

Nicola Haffmans

Yulia Leontieva

Frida Gustavsson

Imogen Morris Clarke

Gracie Carvalho

Patricia Van Der Vliet

Anastasia Kuznetsova

Anya Kazakova

Lisanne De Jong

Jac

Hind Sahli

Sophie Srej

Liu Wen

Katie Fogarty

Julija Steponaviciute

Dorothea Barth Jorgensen

Marike Le Roux

Vanessa Hagelmaier

Lubov and Max Azria
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