Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Thom Browne Fall 2011 RTW Review

Thom Browne Fall 2011 RTW
Schoolgirl gone really eclectic is what I think of as I look at Thom Browne's Fall 2011 collection.  His models strutted down the "runway" in New York's Public Library to the the tune of "How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?" from The Sound of Music.  The models wore habits but there were no other religious connotations represented through the clothing.  There was lots of plaid, all mismatched, tweed, argyle, ties, lots of layers, extreme proportions, and of course, exceptional tailoring.
Plaid blazer paired with black plaid cropped pants, a striped tie, collared shirt, black (gorgeous) patent leather handbag, black gloves, black trouser socks, and black oxfords.  Oh and don't forget the habit.
Similar to the above outfit in different colors
Extremely high-necked gray top with voluminous three-quarter length sleeves paired with an exaggerated gray tulip skirt with fabric stripes and accessorized with gray gloves, black tights, and black oxfords
Another high collar was on this eclectically layered cream and gray coat with a single button on top and was paired with a gray clutch, gray gloves, black tights, and black oxfords
Another example of extreme silhouettes was shown on this red and gray plaid wool tulip skirt and a smaller plaid print top with high collar and exaggerated sleeves paired with black gloves, black tights, and black oxfords
A long draped sleeveless argyle jacket in purple and a coral red worn over a plaid dress and with a flared cuff was accessorized with a black belt with gold buckle, black briefcase, black tights, and black oxfords.

Also, loving the long eyelashes!

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