Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Women's Fall/Winter 2012 Fashion Week Highlights Part 1

 A.F. Vandevorst


 Agnes B.
 Ann Demeulemeester

 Alberta Ferretti


 Alexander Wang

 Alexander Mcqueen

 Antonia Berardi

 Antonio Marras



 Assembly New York




 Barbieri & Ridet

 Basso and Brooke


 Bottega Veneta


 C'N'C Costume National


Calvin Klein

Cédric Charlier



 Christian Blanken

 Christian Cota

 Christian Dior

 Christopher Kane

 Clements Ribeiro

Comme des Garçons


 Corrie Nielsen

Costume National
 Cynthia Rowley

 Damir Doma

 Derek Lam

 Dolce & Gabbana

 Donna Karan


 Dries Van Noten

 Diane Von Furstenberg


 Elizabeth & James

 Emilio Pucci


 Felder Felder

 Felipe Oliveira Baptista


 Gareth Pugh

 Gary Graham

 Giambattista Valli

 Gianfranco Ferre




 Haider Ackermann


Helmut Lang


Herve Leger

 J. Mendel

 Jason Wu

 Jean Paul Gaultier

 Jean Charles de Castelbajac

 Jil Sander

 Jill Stuart

John Galliano

 Julien David

 J.W. Anderson

 Karen Walker


Okay so I was pretty good at keeping up with fashion week in New York, but somehow I managed to miss and day and it all went downhill from there. Completely missed all the live shows for Milan, and even Paris, so far.
BUT, because I've been proactive and finished my assignments early,  I had several hours to sift through the 130+ shows and pick out my favorites.
All this oversize clothing makes me so happy. Oversized coats, trousers, knits, and fur. Perfect. That being said I do love a good structured coat/blazer every now and then so I don't look like one giant ball of fabric.
Also, if you know me, A.F. Vandevorst this season is pretty much how I look during the winter. Minus the knee-high boots and dresses.
I'm also really glad to see the continuation of the mixing prints and patterns trend because I've only just started to venture out of my comfort zone and throw a few different prints/patterns together. 
Looking like a kaleidoscope is so 2012/2013.

Think it may be time to start belting my jackets again

photos courtesy of, The Cut