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18.09.2010- Concrete jungle where dreams are made of...

So New York Fashion Week has officially concluded and the London leg is well underway. As well as Marc Jacobs' sultry take on the 1970's, here are the rest of my New York favourites:

Badgley Mischka

Adore the frou frou hairstyles and the crisp colours.

Peter Som

 Cute and colourful summer dresses with the added shirt collars giving the collection a strong sense of shape and tailoring. 


 A refreshing take on neutrals and a more structured maxi dress, thanks to the waist defining belt and graphic print. 

Reem Acra

 These two full length dresses really caught my eye as they are both effortlessly feminine, again with the emphasis on the waist. I adored the whole collection: my inner hippy died and went to heaven when I saw how everything had been styled.

Victoria Beckham

 Another very impressive collection from Mrs Beckham, with a further nod to classic shapes through these wonderfully structured dresses.


 You know what they say- if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Yet again Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig deliver a stunning collection of ultra feminine, red carpet ready dresses with exquisite detailing. 


 Hands down, my favourite of all the New York shows was the Mulberry presentation. I adored everything about Emma Hill's vision for Spring/Summer 2011, from the vibrant colours to the paper bag waists, from the Florence-esque styling of the models to the sheer cuteness and imagination of the presentation. I love how feminine and wearable the pieces from this collection are, and, as always, the accessories are divine.

What did you think of New York Fashion Week? Which collections stood out for you? And which of the London shows are you most looking forward to? 

(Image credit: and WWD.)


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