We're not noticing a colour theme at Lacoste, are you?
Christopher Kane was the designer of choice for Diane Kruger at the 'Mr. Nobody' official dinner during the 66th Venice Film Festival.
What do you think of her look?
Jason Wu shouldn't worry about getting his designs 'out there'. Let's just say that we can soon expect to see all of the Hollywood's starlets fighting to get into these pieces on the red carpet.
As you would expect, Wu's evening dresses were strong. Not one to shy away for a winning formula, Wu sent several one shouldered dresses down the runway in rich fabrics with varying hemlines. It was the silhouette that did catapult him to fame after all, after he designed Michelle Obama's dress to the Inaugural ball this year. Strapless dresses with a ruffle detail on the bust were equally strong and are already on my wish list.
There were some surprises too. For his Spring/Summer collection, Wu worked on re-creating classic American sportswear pieces by using luxe fabrics and different textures adding an edgy, eccentric quality that we haven't seen from him in the past.
It's official. Erin Wasson cannot do any wrong. Want proof? After only producing two collections for RVCA, Wasson's gone from presenting a small static presentation for the brand to showing at one of Byrant Park's biggest venues for her third season. Still not convinced about the power of Miss Wasson? While we're all still salivating over her rock and grunge chic looks from A/W 09/10, Wasson has already moved on with her latest collection.
This season Chanel Iman, Eniko Mihalik, Laksmi Menon and Freja Beha all sashayed down the runway with a deep tan (think Dsquared2) and bed head hair. Jeans were low slung and mini dresses appeared in abundance showing the models washboard abs and killer legs. If the term 'washboard' doesn't spring to mind when you look down at your stomach, don't panic. Towards the end of the show Wasson presented oversized slouch tops, most notably one that had 'Keep It Neil' sprawled across the front styled with last season's leather trousers that will thankfully hide a multitude of sins.
Femininity met urban chic at the Charlotte Ronson show at fashion week yesterday. Ronson managed to produce a really strong show despite earlier problems with seating for editors that arrived late from an earlier show that over ran.
Ronson really developed her designs and took them one step further this season. She presented the cute feminine pieces that we've all come to know and love from her, but also introduced some edgier structured pieces too.