2009 February 13
Geren Ford - New York Fall 2009
(NEW YORK) Relative newbie and Angeleno Geren Ford showed her Fall 2009 collection against a gorgeous backdrop: on the 8th floor of Milk Studios, her models stood on platforms against the window with the Hudson river behind them. The iconic New York view was relevant to Ford, who cited ‘70s and ‘80s New York City as her inspiration behind the feminine looks. Ruffled blouses, floaty print tunic dresses, and an adorable black tulip wrap skirt were all topped with dainty details, like tiny gold buttons. “I happened to be here presenting our spring collection when I was designing this [one],” Ford said, “and I just felt that 'Lauren Hutton in the 70s, clean, easy, classic, things are crafted but can last forever' vibe.”
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