2008 September 6
Erin Fetherston - New York Spring 2009
(NEW YORK) Erin Fetherston started her collection with a series of pieces that seemed perfect for every aspect of the 1970s country club life: beautiful bathing suits, great trench coats, and lots of sequins. She quickly left the confines of the club, however, and showed cloud pattern dresses and rainbow ombré patterns that looked like they had come straight out of Candyland. Her finale was a series of ruched asymmetrical gowns that was reminiscent of a delectable row of cupcakes.
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