Monday, February 15, 2010

FALL 2010 INSPIRATION from WWD.com

“A messy bedroom, Serge Gainsbourg, Jane Birkin, 
smoking cigarettes in Sixties Paris.” 
— Rebecca Minkoff


“Sophisticated nonchalance.” 
— Richard Chai-Love


“How innocent things that break our hearts 
lead us to sinister thoughts.”
— Toni Maticevski


“Mystery. Fantasy. Awe.” 
— Joseph Altuzarra


“Breakin’ hearts and takin’ names since 1978.” 
— Betsey Johnson


“Dark and pretty.” 
— Caroline Seikaly


“The collegiate bad girl.” 
— Chris Benz


“The great Venus de Milo. 
She represents strength and beauty from all angles. 
She is both architectural and feminine.” 
— Dennis Basso


“New Dimensions.” 
— Donna Karan


“The early 20th-century Paris magazine 
‘La Vie Parisienne’ and the allure 
of the city’s nightlife and people.”
 — Norein and Michelle Otero, Ecliptica


“I see vertical lines with absolute rigor and elegance 
all over women’s bodies.” 
— Joaquín Trías, Trias


“The nomadic gypsy women of Eastern Europe.” 
— Keith Lissner


“The fall collection explores faded, 
disillusioned Hollywood glamour, 
with a twist of naughty royalty and lots of glitter.” 
— Emma Hill, Mulberry


“It’s cool, easy, chic, for life in the wild city.” 
— Phillip Lim, 3.1 Phillip Lim


“I’m in a romantic, bohemian mood.” 
— Ralph Lauren


“Fall 2010 is an antirecession dream of excess, 
glamour, feathers, diamonds and Champagne wishes!” 
— Phillipe and David Blond, The Blonds


“It’s about creating the magical feeling 
of dresses you had as a child. 
Every woman has a lost memory inside 
of when she first fell in love with a princess dress. 
I want to give that feeling back.” 
— Sophie Theallet


And an inspiration from the past that I just love:
"Fall 2007 draws inspiration from Paris in the early 1900s 
with the arrival of Russian nobility, artists and their muses. 
Parisian society was enraptured with 
the vivid and exotic scenes played out before them 
by Diaghilev's Ballets Russes." 
-- Alice Temperly


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