Caravan's Boy Meets Girl Fashion Show was one of the more playful shows of the season. Founder/Creative Director, Stacy Igel's collection of contemporary tops, dresses, tracksuits, jumpers, and accessories were edgy, fun flirty and effortlessly chic.
A very proud Gwen Stefani showed off her latest designs from her L.A.M.B. collection at The Lincoln Center during Mercedes - Benz Fashion Week spring 2011.
In a show that was rock concert meets runway, Gwen showed her flair for the dramatic with tribal and dancehall themes all inspired by music.
The back stage of any fashion show is nothing less than a mad house - fun, but still a crazy mess of photographers, flashing lights, stilettos and stylists running around trying to get everything in check before the start of the show...
Here are some photos from the backstage of this season's Custo Barcelona Show!!!
Ports 1961's Spring 2011 Drawing inspiration from the contrasts of jagged geometric forms against the sensuous curves of sand dunes, Fiona composes robust silhouettes that encompass delicate, fluid shapes in both draped and tailored pieces. Her innovative mirage - layering techniques produce a color degradé evocative of twilight desert skies, while artful embellishments suggest the fragile beauty of natural minerals. Iridescent crystals adorn evening wear, while luminescent granular film applied to fabric through heat treatment offers a modern interpretation of applique, further revealing the collection's contemporary spirit.
Leifsdottir, Spring/Summer 2011
Leifsdottir, a luxury brand for Anthropologie, is one of five retail brands owned by Urban Outfitters. The clothing has been described as 'hip' and 'kitschy' and focuses on luxurious appeal to the bohemian or hipster shopper.
One of the first presentations that I had the pleasure of viewing at the Lincoln Center was designer, Tadashi Shoji's. For this presentation, the models stood beneath white trees dressed in pale gowns of muted blushes, soft lilacs and golds; crinkled silk chiffon, ruffled organza and lace. In their presence - a sea of photographers anxious to catch their shot vied for the perfect, front row spot and the designer himself mingled in the crowd excitedly speaking of his work:
Spring 2011 Vignettes
“Palm Springs Eternal”
Trina Turk recently brought Palm Springs/SoCal to New York City!
Celebrating her 15th anniversary in business, Turk payed homage to the first retail boutique which opened in Palm Springs. For her spring 2011 collection, Turk displayed swimwear and ready-to-wear clothing in a variety of scenes created throughout the showroom including the pool party, the backgammon game and the lovers' romp.