As far as denim styling, I personally was pleased to see the skinny jean still maintaining it’s power, especially with glam rock appliques and over-sized hardware.
On the other hand I was not so pleased to see the drop crotch which honestly looks like you are walking around with a full diaper on – terribly unflattering. The drop crotch / harem pant in my my opinion barely works with drapey jersey knits and lightweight wovens, and therefore stands no chance in heavier weight denim. Really, who will buy that?
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Turning to non-denim…
There was a variety of prints, all loud and bold with tons of color and oversized. All except one which was a simple black on white supersized, graffiti-ish handwriting printed on a very feminine silk crepe. I could have done without the bright blue and pink animal prints, but it did complete the punk feel, although so tacky.
Puffy jacket outerwear was turned into futuristic, sex-pot dresses, black shag fur transformed itself from trim on a jacket to a complete vest to a long boa, slick black leather was seen as the classic motorcycle jacket, bustier, wide corset-like belts and then as high waisted hot pants!!!
Over the top rock ‘n roll, but what would fashion be if it wasn’t an absolute spectacle?!
The fabulous accessories - gloves, bags, hats, shoes – completed the look. If I could have taken anything home from the show it would have been every pair of shoes and the blue/orange printed strapless, super ruffled party dress. –Alix on Go
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