OBSESSED. I could just leave it at that. This collection looks like my closet, only better. My closet, unfortunately, has nothing from Mr. Alexander Wang. Rest assured, someday I will own that black pleated skirt or ribbed pullover sweater.
|T by Alexander Wang Fall/Winter 2012|
This collection just seemed fun. Not serious at all, just indulging in colors and embellishments. I will try to find better pictures that feature the shoes, because those were seriously the best part.
|Prada Fall/Winter 2012|
Lindsey Wixson with a beehive, giant bow and '60s style coat = all I need in life. I LOVE these coats. I could've done without the cowboy hats, but the bow headwraps more than made up for it.
|Moschino Fall/Winter 2012|
I don't know if those are tights, leggings or what but I need them. NOW.
|Versus Fall/Winter 2012|
I am insane about this one. I want every single look, especially the leather dresses and the outerwear. It's perfect: simple, minimalist, edgy, classic, structured and with colors that take over my wardrobe.
|Bally Fall/Winter 2012|
I haven't always been a fan of Fendi, and the overall collection was so-so, but these pieces were absolutely gorgeous and I want to acknowledge that. I'm partial to the patent leather (or leather in general on clothes) and the jewel tone colorblocking. The models looked like the creatures from Avatar, no?
|Fendi Fall/Winter 2012|
I love the longer dresses and the retro prints. Again, the ice cream-colors were prominent and so beautiful, especially with that peachy backdrop. These pieces really popped, and I am crazy about the red coat in the middle.
|Marni Fall/Winter 2012|
Dolce & Gabbana
The imperial prints and textures were very reminiscent of Alexander McQueen. I love the black and the gold and the touches of leopard made it classic Dolce & Gabbana. The Catholic aesthetic was a cool touch as well with the veils and lace.
|Dolce & Gabbana Fall/Winter 2012|
More leather and chunky sweaters! I'll bet you can't find Ruby Aldridge in this lineup.
|Alberta Ferretti Fall/Winter 2012|
With Dsquared, it's not just the clothes that are wildly entertaining -- it's the props they use on the runway. It's been milkshakes before, but this time the models strutted like '60s glamour goddesses, cigarette in hand. It was a beautiful collection complete with long gloves and retro glasses.
|Dsquared Fall/Winter 2012|
See you in Paris!