Sunday, September 21, 2003

To sum it up:

In a nutshell, this is my quick impression of the spring/summer 2004 collections shown during New York Fashion Week: Beige has replaced black….the pleated skirt has replaced the pencil…the 60’s mod influence that practically defined fall has gone back in time about 40 years and it’s now very much a 20’s thing…Coco Chanel lives and breathes in New York (and everywhere else for that matter)…the mini has been thankfully replaced by the at the knee length…aggressive, hard edged chic is gone and in it’s place there is an elegant, and pretty aesthetic….7th avenue can be dubbed ‘Easy Street’ for spring and summer because of all the relaxed, easy clothing….fashion may or not be ‘cool’ but looking kind of preppy and classic certainly is. And if you want to instantly get a new wardrobe, go to your local notion shop and invest in a variety of ribbons to tie in a bow at the waist or higher (or anywhere at all for that matter).

Posted by Marilyn Kirschner

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