Saturday, February 28, 2015

Just Cavalli Fall 205 Ready-to-Wear #MFW

"The show started off with a dark navy and purple velvet jean jacket and A-line skirt with clean, graphic lines, and the next few looks were black, but the understated tone established at the beginning didn't last long. The show notes talked vaguely about women's liberation, while Chicks on Speed and Yoko Ono rapped about utopia on the soundtrack. It you cared to, you could read the collection as a journey of awakening to texture, to print, and to embellishment. Then again, that might be thinking too had about it. Fringed sweaters were as shaggy as a komondor puppy, bold Bauhaus-influenced prints were worn head to toe, and ostrich feathers turned up as an accent in pieces for day and night. The silhouettes alternately said 1970s or Victorian times." -

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