Monday, September 20, 2010


Needless to say this collection by Mary Katrantzou makes me want to fine dine with a dime. I'm literally at the edge of my seat right now. So dazzling, artful, but so elementary. Swaths of chiffon fluttered like curtains and hallucinatory depth of the prints mind blow. The colors she tends to use takes me back to Balenciaga Fall 2010 RTW; so refreshing and young. A pelmet created a portrait neckline above a print of a window frame; mini-crinis echoed lampshades with dangling pendants of crystal. Wall sconces were reconfigured as necklaces. "With this collection, I wanted to put the room on the woman, rather than the woman in the room," Katrantzou said after the show. I thank Katrantzou for waking up the rest of the week for me.

This is probably my favorite look over the whole collection. I'm enjoying the muted tassels that delicately pounce while walking. Its so dramatic. I'd love love love to style this on Devanie.

Scowling Owls