TFR: Nine Must See Shows for Fall 2010
You know the deal. We pick shows that are more accessible to new media and fashion enthusiast. So, that means no Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen, etc., because the truth is everyone wants to see them and unless you are Anna Wintour or Joanna Coles its probably a very hard seat to get.
We chose our “must see” from our conversation with editors, fashion writers, and some hidden gems from last season. Ready for our list? Sure you are and they are in particular order. Remember, we don’t like to play favorites here.
Twinkle by Wenlan — The Spring 2010 collection left us impressed with the collection and the brand. The fusion of fun prints with very feminine patterns is something we are looking forward to seeing.
Willow— There’s a great deal of pre-show buzz and when we hear a show mentioned over and over again, we thinks its for a reason. We are looking for this collection.
G-Star— This is a repeat from last season but anyone who has attended a G-Star show understands. They always put an amazing presentation with over-the-top performances and production. Plus, we love sneak peek from the collection.
Daniel Vosovic– While this is a presentation and not an actual show we still find this worthy of a must see. Why? He was one of my favorite all time contestant.
Malan Breton— I know another project runway alumni– shoot me! But the buzz from Spring 2010 show was great. I can only imagine that this will be even better.
Victoria Beckman Dresses– Umm, its Victoria Beckman a fashion god to many. So, we are thinking her dress collection will be equally as impressive. Her dresses have already been spotted on Heidi Klum, Courtney Cox and many others.
Betsey Johnson— I attended her Spring Summer 2010 presentation and it was hands down one of the most fun and what’s more the clothes are so different but girly. What’s not love.
Christian Cota— I just adored his clothes. He mixes fun prints with very feminine shapes and flowing dresses that are flattering to just about any shape.
Binetti — Former Jill Stuart designer Diego Binetti knows his designs and better yet knows to use fabrics to create the most amazing dresses with a strong structure feel.
Images courtesy of nymag.com and elle.com