Matthew Williamson LFW Runway
Matthew Williamson might hate the label, but boho luxe is his golden ticket, and he delivered this season with billowing maxi dresses. Besides the clothes themselves, the fact that he chose the Battersea Power Station as his backdrop put him very near and dear to my heart.

Inspired by the idea of being shipwrecked, Williamson’s girl would be lucky enough to wear an urban wardrobe teeming with easy-to-wear items, sprinkled with his trademark embellishment and girlish charm. The tailored pieces mark a new string to Williamson’s bow, but it’s still the dresses where he really gets into his stride. View Post

Dennis Basso NYFW Runway
Known for decking out the social set in glamorous fur and evening pieces, Dennis Basso created something for everyone this spring, especially if you have a super-special fancy cocktail party on your calendar. His New York Fashion Week show was filled with beautiful flowy cocktail dresses and gowns in fabrics like taffeta or silk and luxe finishes such as hand-embroidered paillettes which glistened on the runway. For those who never considered fur for spring, there were stunning mink boleros and fine-mesh coats accented with sable or chinchilla silk. Chiffon tank and pink mink jacket? Mine please. View Post