Today in Fashion Week:October 1st

OK, hey! There is a whole lot to go through once again!

Karl Lagerfeld

Karl Lagerfeld's main line reminded me a little of Chanel's most recent couture show. I have to say, nothing really stuck out like it did last season, except for a bag emblazoned with his face that reminded me of fake Karl's cafepress collection.

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Andrew Gn

Andrew Gn looked very outdated this season. Everything looked like something I'd seen before.


Akris is like a dark horse vying for attention in the midst of the craziness that is Paris fashion week. But with another solid collection, hopefully it'll get the recognition it deserves.

Emanuel Ungaro

Last season Esteban Cortazar was criticized for relaunching Emanuel Ungaro without establishing a clear brand identity. This season should hush those critics. It was very Parisian it girl, possibly another one of my favorites!

Costume National

The crinkled fabric debuted at Prada is already showing up again! This time it's at Costume National. Although I favor Prada's take, Ennio Capasa did a pretty good job with it himself.

Dries Van Noten

Last season Dries Van Noten established itself as an it brand with a truly unique collection. This season is sure to expand upon that success. It's becoming cliche from me, but this is yet another favorite!

Christian Lacroix

Christian Lacroix was artfully over-embellished this season, in a time when extravagance is so rare. What recession?


Givenchy is another one of the it shows. While it lacked the stunning graphic appeal of last season, there were some serious heavy hitters in there, and the dress above? Perfect!

Hussein Chalayan

Hussein Chalayan is always so stunningly modern. You can't tell from the picture above, but the clothes all had the impression of being blown by wind from the side view.

That's it niños! Tomorrow brings Stella McCartney, Yves Saint Laurent, Giambattista Valli, and more! Watching Pushing Daisies because it's amazing!

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