1. Diane Von Furstenberg:
Very Film Noir glamour. I've always wanted a nice camel coat, they make everyone look immediately put together and classy. Iekeliene looks stunning in this show.
The colors on this look are phenomenal. The plaid print with the plum is delicious; and although I can't tell if the skirt is supposed to look like that (it looks sort of crooked or lost on the model's awkward frame), I really like it too. If I had a job where I had to dress business-casual or something like that, I'd base my entire Fall wardrobe on matching these sorts of colors and dressing this way.
Oh this is so cool and disheveled chic and I need to have it now. It's weird how every season DKNY does something that I absolutely love and then I never remember that this is the stuff I can actually go to the store and buy because it's not too expensive. I know nicking looks off the runway and wearing them head to toe in real life is totally lame but oh, this is gorgeous. The colors, the different sweaters, THE SHOES!!! Also hopefully by next fall my hair will be that long too, ha!
A little Chloe, but very cute nonetheless. The print is really cool.
3. Obedient Daughters by Obedient Sons:
Honestly, I know I shouldn't like this, but I can't help it. This is absolutely cool. The pants are super weird but they look so good with those tights and socks and chunky shoes, it's so sort of urban new century hipster meets Clarissa Explains it All. So tough!
I love Preen. I want to be the girl that gets to wear all these clothes all the time. They are sexy and weird and tough and not cutesy. I love love love Preen.
5. Ohne Titel:
This wasn't what I expected from Ohne Titel this season, granted, I don't know exactly what I was expecting, but still. The clothes were very grown up and sort of serious, with the exception of their wacky knits of course. There's nothing really wrong with it, I just wasn't the target market for this collection. Though if I was in my 40's with a very executive position, I would make their clothes my uniform. I particularly liked this monochromatic look. Camel is great, seriously.