Fall 2012: Hervé Léger

12 Feb

The Lubov’s and their ever-reworking of the Bandage dress. There was a pretty sinister equestrian theme going on here with the corset-saddle style belting and the harness up the neck and the cool, deconstructed riding boots. I really liked this collection and, as per usual with the Léger line, I’m not really at all sure why. There was nothing super new and shocking it just seemed to flow better and have a great form There was the little, very slight bustle in the red piece with the pleats that added something new than just a bandage dress , the incorporation of the mesh inserts and the plastic inserts in some of the cut outs added a whole new dimensionality to these pieces. Critics have called attention to the transformation of the girls into horses rather than riders — the harness, the boots the ponytails that flew back and forth…Whether or not this is the case, the prints and patterns were uncharted territory for the duo and they really worked it for me with this collection.

Photocredit: style.com

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