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I want to own so much of this collection. Especially the lavender dress. And the metallic pumps. And the peach dress, too. Click here for my full review.
Another designer who understands that he's in the business of selling clothes, not playing dress-up, Guillaume Henry's love of schoolgirl style doesn't get old. I'll take the red skirt suit, please.
Riccardo Tisci designed an elegant collection for rich, powerful women. And I truly admired it.
Loved, loved, loved those black suits that opened the show. Raf Simons' ready-to-wear debut proved he's got what it takes to bring Dior into the new millenium. Shop the look here.
So fun! And colorful! And fresh. And if this collection is any indication, off-the-shoulder tops and dresses are going to be big next spring. Bravo, Humberto and Carol! Click here to read my full review.
Nicolas Ghesquière somehow made peplums feel fresh again. Click here to read our full review.
Louis Vuitton
The crowd went wild over Marc Jacobs' interpretation of the house's traditional Damier pattern. Click here to read my full review.
Miu Miu
Pointy pink pumps and navy house coats proved I can't get enough of Miuccia Prada's quirky-chic aesthetic. Click here to read my full review.
Alexander McQueen
Inspired by beehives, this honeycombed collection was wonderfully decadent.
Dries Van Noten
The prints master made grunge look elegant.