One of my favorite Ladylike alternatives to a floral print is stripe-play.
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When I think of Mulberry, cartoon pears on graphic tees and neapolitan flavored dresses immediately come to mind, so it came as a bit of a surprise to see what Emma Hill had up her sleeve for Fall ’13. Sure, there was the (absolutely necessary) checker-clad poodle who trotted down the runway, but the collection [...]
As much as I appreciate the stark monochromatic collections that force us to focus on the elements of design, I crave color. But for as much as I love color, I also need balance, which is why I love Matthew Williamson. Matthew Williamson is masterful with his use of color. His collections always introduce rich [...]
Although Alexander McQueen is far from wearable (thank goodness for the more affordable line, McQ), it is art. Each season I look forward to the drama and theatrics of it all, and this Spring season was particularly buzz-worthy. Sara Burton was inspired by bees, so models stormed the runway in beekeeper hats and honeycomb-inspired prints [...]