The Fashion Keeps Coming

Mimi ON Feb 18, 2010 AT 1:46 pm

Michael Kors A/W 2010

Michael Kors A/W 2010

Lincoln Center is still crawling with fashion addicts in search of this year’s trends at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Down to the last two days, somehow designers are still managing to bring us a variety of looks.

Tory Burch kicked off the morning with a very carefully thought-out collection. Everything was beautiful on its own, but when seen as a collection, it was flawless. With her city-meets-country look, Burch topped off most of her lookes with high-heeled hiking boots. She also went out on a limb with colour, showing a slim yet slouchy pair of orange trousers.

Milly by Michelle Smith

Milly by Michelle Smith

Next was Michael Kors. This year he was all about neutral shades, showing mostly tans and greys. He described his line as “ruggedly sexy,” pairing cowl neck cashmere sweaters with blond fur and loose boots. His show was jam packed, having at least 10 models on the stage at all times, very different from the traditional staggered line-up.

Opposite of Kors, Anna Sui took the “less is more” approach with very few models sharing the catwalk. After falling twice during Naomi Campbell’s Fashion for Relief-Haiti Show earlier this week, Agyness Deyn managed to pull off a daunting solo walk down the runway flawlessly. Sui’s fashion followed in the footsteps of Marc Jacobs and went for “granny chic.” She paired maternal hemlines with patchwork prints.

Milly by Michelle Smith was designed with the fashion savvy businesswoman in wind. She managed to get the best of both worlds, pairing ladylike cuts with girly details. Majority of her looks were completed with jewel-toned tights and Mary Jane heels.

Thursday is the last day of fashion week, and we’re excited to see what Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, and Tommy Hilfiger have to show us.

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