Today in Fashion Week:September 21st

Helloooo! Fashion week has moved to those distinctive Milano cookies in Italy, (Prada!) where things are gonna start getting serious. There are heavy hitters every day, and I can't wait to cover it all!


Should we nominate this for fiercest interpretation of Little House on the Prairie ever? Blugirl rarely gets the recognition deserved, but hopefully it will this time!

To see the rest, including Gianfranco Ferre and Moschino Cheap & Chic, click
Just Cavalli

Just Cavalli is, well, tacky. This season was, well, tacky. Cavalli loves him some cheetah print, so good for him!

Emporio Armani

Armani is more of a clothesmaker than a tastemaker. His collections are never bold enough to be revered, but are wearable enough to attract a dedicated customer. This season I saw some hints of new ideas, from the ever present harem pants to the now standard sheer fabric.

Moschino Cheap & Chic

Moschino Cheap & Chic, despite the ironic name (I mean COME ON people we're in a recession! Panic!!), is just as fabulous as it's mama bear/brand Moschino. I'm not sure what the rainbow printed silk was all about, so we'll just chalk this up to an off year.

Gianfranco Ferré

Gianfranco Ferre was the main event today now that it's been revamped by the designers behind 6267. Roberto Rimondi and Tommaso Aquilano showed a brilliant, architectural, sculptural collection that promises big things for the future of Ferre.

Wowww this time difference is confusing me. Hopefully tomorrow I'll be posting Missoni, Jil Sander, Costume National, Burberry, and more!

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