First look down the runway and we have the lovely Sasha Pivovarova rocking this amazing androgynous look. Everything about it screams perfection (and youth and devil-may-care-attitude and rock n' roll, but then again mentioning these is redundant, no?).
The first thing I thought of when I saw this look was "OMG it's so Ash*!", because she was the one I first saw rocking the long skirt like it was no big deal. Honestly, this is making me re-think long skirts, I might have to do a pit-stop at American Apparel and get myself a long black tube to prance around in.
A little lighter, but no less cooler. Quintessential Chanel, really. I don't think I need to say any more than that.
I don't know if this is a dress or separates, but I don't care. I want this. The fabric is awesome (I'm hoping it's some kind of knit), the draping is totally futuristic without making it seem too fashion-y. If you wore this, people would turn heads but not in a "WHAT IN THE.." way, it would be more of a "DAMN, WHY DONT I HAVE THAT". I am absolutely craving strong shoulder. Could this mean that I will make a trip to the garment district and buy some shoulder pads and see what I can come up with? Maybe yes... probably yes. Silver shoes? super cool. Alien sunglasses? You might as well.
How cool is it? I like it because it doesn't seem very feminine, even with the floral(?) sort of print. I guess the chunky-sandal-quasi-gladiator-boot thing is here to stay. I am ok with that. I think they automatically make anyone who wears them insanely cool.
Another great thing in the collection were the swimsuits. Playful, bright and super chic. I just hope they aren't dry clean only.
* Ash = Ashley Olsen. Yes, I have a nickname for someone I've never met. Let's move on now.