sábado, 11 de septiembre de 2010

BCBG MAX AZRIA SPRING 2011 RTW

ARIZONA MUSE (NEXT)

Sheer simplicity. At BCBG, Max and Lubov Azria continued the exercise in functional minimalism they began last Fall with a Spring parade of airy silk dresses and jumpsuits, both short and long, so light they very nearly threatened to float away. The show opened with a grouping in white that imperceptibly shifted to an ash gray and then cycled through a neutral rainbow before landing on black.

LISANNE DE JONG

Anything bright was relegated to a cameo appearance: a tiered overlay here, a single shock-pink frock there. These hot spots brought a point of difference into a potentially repetitive collection—as did the touches of femininity added by tonal embroidery and lace.

SIGRID AGREN

The latter was a standout on the finale dress, a long sheer tank that was foreshadowed by a lacy image printed elsewhere on silk. For a brand that can occasionally take a head-scratching direction, this was a happy little moment of serenity that seemed to please all assembled and that definitely has commercial legs.

MARIKE LE ROUX

SHU PEI QIN (NEXT)
MADDIE
MARIE MOREAU

CELINE VAN AMSTEL
LINNEA REGNANDER
SOPHIE SREJ

SIMONA ANDREJIC
ANDIE
DEBORA MULLER
SAMANTHA GRADOVILLE

BARBORA DVORAKOVA

LISANNE DE JONG

EMILY DiDONATO

NIMUE SMIT

SIGRID AGREN

KRISTINA ROMANOVA

ARIZONA MUSE (NEXT)

SHU PEI QIN (NEXT)

LINNEA REGNANDER

MARIE MOREAU

MARIKE LE ROUX

ANDIE

CELINE VAN AMSTEL

MADDIE

BARBORA DVORAKOVA

DEBORA MULLER

EMILY DiDONATO

SIMONA ANDREJIC

SOPHIE SREJ

NIMEU SMIT

LISSANE DE JONG

SIGRID AGREN

ARIZONA MUSE (NEXT)

MAX AZRIA
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