ALEXANDER MCQUEEN… hell has no fury like a woman scorn and Sarah Burton is coming back full fury.(I would too if I was in his shadow for 16 years) After McQueen passed I really didn’t think highly of the idea of continuing on. And I still don’t. Out of the entire collection that premiered I only liked two looks. Don’t get me wrong, there was texture galore… but I honestly thought she was trying too hard to live up to the reputation that mcqueen had become known as. 
On a positive note i LOVED these two looks. Everything else was too much. I thought we were editing down collections… urghz.


And I am back.
The world has been crazy lately, and I am no exception. At All… Fashion weeks are pouring in from all over the world and thanks to the internet we all can track them. Though, as September marks the January for the fashion, academia, and social world- this September has been a let down. Especially in fashion. Usually fashion week is filled with innovative looks, stunning and edgy silhouettes, a beacon of light for new trend and the reinvention of the classics. Unfortunately I was disappointed right from the get go. Vogue’s September Issue failed me, and as the economy of publishing is not getting better, well either is Vogue. It was quite a let down. Nothing at NY FASHION WEEK for RTW SPRING 2010 really got my rocks off. OSCAR DE LA RENTA didn’t surprise me with pastels for spring, and Michael Kors bore me to tears. I was surprised that I liked CK, really surprised. So many designers were let downs- Alexander Wang, Philip Lim 3.1, Zac Posen, Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, and even Marchesa- well they were let downs. DKNY was a joke. I will say though- CHRISTIAN SIRIANO got my rocks off… I loved it.

I will update soon with EURO FASHION week.