2009 September 17
Oscar de la Renta - New York Spring 2010
(NEW YORK) "It doesn't get any easier," said Oscar de la Renta after the first of two showings of his spring collection. "As you get older you always question yourself and whether you're doing the right thing or not. " Perhaps that intellectual drive makes the legend one of the best then, now, and for however long he chooses to stay on top. Zac Posen sat front row just to see the craftsmanship of dresses first hand and not online--and for a good reason. The house put out a carnival of breathtaking embroidered looks that accented the jackets and impressive gold dresses. There were simpler options as well, like soft silk tops, peasant skirts, and, gaucho-trousers, all presented with a masterful virtuosity and grace.
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