This morning, on my way to work at the bright-eyed hour of 8 a.m., I was joined in the elevator by one of the long and lithe fashion models that live in my apartment building. I don't see them that often, as they tend to keep odder hours than my usual nine-to-five. I wonder why she's up to early? I wondered, covertly starring (up) at her as the floors ticked downward. Her face was scrubbed free of makeup and she was thumbing through an appointment book. Oh wait! Duh. It's fashion week, I recalled. I had blocked it out sort of. I very much love clothes, but I am not particularly fond of discussing them in great depth, which is why I "read" Luckylike a picture book. And that is exactly how we are going to be presenting some of the Spring/Summer 2012 collections being shown at New York Fashion Week; pithy intros plus photos of pretty clothes! First up is BCBG, a line that is actually kind of sort of affordable for us non-rich types. Three things I love about this collection:
The colors: Lime! Lemonade! Cerulean! (I think?)
The prints: The Missoni-esque stripes are lovely, but I'm especially obsessed with the mix of more "ethnic" prints with architectural color-blocking.
The open shoulders: I'm sorry, but who doesn't have gorgeous shoulders? This trend is something I can get behind because it would flatter everyone.
That, my friends, is as "fashion talk-y" as I am going to get today. Click onward to see a bunch of the looks from the BCBG Spring/Summer 2012 runway show!
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