2009 October 1
Gareth Pugh - Paris Spring 2010
(PARIS) Did someone tell Gareth Pugh to lighten up? Well, it worked. For Spring 2010, the designer infused all that goth with a literal, diaphanous sense of the ethereal, as dusty grays lightened up all that noir bondage. The aftermath was a collection still heavy on the concept, but more bent on a real-world incarnation. Let's start with the striped knit and crepe long-sleeved rugby-ish dress on Snejana, or the full-length version on Karlie Kloss. Moody, sexy, and generally badass, this number has loads of retail potential and doesn't require a pop star's courage to wear. (Same goes for Pugh's epic bondage boots with skintight minidresses.) The slashed gowns were as striking as always--same with the pieced-together leather jackets for both boys and girls--but Pugh earned himself a new audience last night, one that loves a wickedly taut trou just as much as a belted lightweight trench.
Miami, get ready to aggressively accessorize! Eddie Borgo is bringing a sparkly capsule collection with him to Art Basel this week. The collection is smothered in smoked pavé crystals...
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The fashion and art folk flock to Miami on an annual basis for much more than just the art, obviously. There are soirees to hit and shopping shindigs to peruse! Instead, we suggest...
- The British Fashion Awards Honor Miuccia Prada, Christopher Kane, Nicholas Kirkwood, and More
- Swarovski Crystal Palace Collaborates With Architect Guilherme Torres
- InStyle Taps Leslie Farrand As Associate Publisher
- Links Of The Daily
- Andre Leon Talley Named Artistic Director At Zappos Couture
- New York Magazine Goes Biweekly