Monday, 10 September 2012

Diane Von Furstenberg S/S 2013- Google Glass's debut

Initially, I tried to do this post last night but my live stream for the DVF S/S show kept freezing so here is a brief summary of what I thought from last night, which by the way, was packed with everyone from Andy Cohen to Joe Zee to Sarah Jessica Parker.

To say I loved this collection would certainly be an understatement because I just simply adored it.

Metallic lips were everywhere to capture DVF as they should.

Electric, bold and fun prints were everywhere on this runway with colours that really popped, vibrant reds, blues, pinks and a lot less black and white than we've seen so far which was a pretty nice change.


This cut-out nude, shift dress is one of my favourites:


DVF does maxi dresses elegantly and this dress is gorgeous with the deep orange colour and the light, chiffon material.


Sequins and shimmer were used tastefully, as seen below in this long, loose dress covered in shimmering embroidery.


I really like this combination of the colours here and maybe I'm saying this because it's on a stunning model but the blue actually works quite well with the deep orange/red colour on the bottom. Cute, jewelled clutches were also seen during the show.


The signature trouser suit was also displayed in an edgy, modern way with an all-over polka dot look and a slouchy shoulder bag.



I was particularly fascinated to see some of the models wearing the Google Glass glasses, a device that is worn like glasses and is able to take pictures, record videos, send messages etc. The next big thing basically. Even DVF was wearing a pair when she made an appearance at the end and pulled up Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder to join her on the runway.




 (Images courtesy of Style.com and Zimbio.com)