The collection of BCBG dresses for spring summer 2010 was as expected, youthful, sexy and fabulous.
Max and Lubov Azria worked the look like a collage, piecing and tucking bright abstract florals into solid blacks, navies, and the odd Pepto pink. Ruched silks and tulle were tightly bandaged around the body, the effect made sexier still with sheer black insets. On the looser side, dresses that riffed on the T-shirt made a coherent and welcome counterpoint.
It seems that citrus-y colors like soft lemons and deep oranges will be among the trends for spring summer 2010. Flowing fabrics bring an ethereal look. These evening dresses are easy to wear and look great on all body types.
Borderline funny footwear was juxatposed with very serious clothing in fall winter 2009 2010 Prada collection, including boiled wool coats paired with slit skirts, a V-necked fur tunic in an ominous shade of blood red, and even a pair of brick-colored mink bloomers.
“I was drowning with delight,” summed up Elle’s Kate Lanphear, citing the powerful effect of a warbling, surreal soundtrack with such focused, intense clothes. More succinctly? “Now this is why we come to Milan,” said one top editor while exiting into the rain.