Fall 2012: Rebecca Minkoff

11 Feb

“Unexpected cutouts and painterly prints” (WWD). Not really sure how either of those manifested themselves in this show…but that is what Minkoff had guide her through this Fall season. Personally, I think it’s “wild combinations and a lot of flash.” I absolutely love the way some of these work together — She worked the wild glimmer in a bunch of pieces in a bunch of colors yet they don’t seem overwhelming. One huge trend we’re seeing is definitely herringbone — a strange pattern but huge for the fall, so pull out that retro stuff. Minkoff wasn’t scared in this collection and I’m definitely happy about that. In Spring, the collection felt restrained, not fully unleashed but here she ran with her instincts and held absolutely nothing back. I was definitely not blown away by every piece in this collection but I really liked a lot of them and I have painfully high expectations for her in the future. Minkoff is generally an under designer — second tier if you will, she’s a name that basically everyone knows but doesn’t regard with high fashion even though they should. Keep your eye on this one, despite her presence already she will continue to get stronger I guarantee it.

Photocredit: style.com

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