by Lester Brathwaite on
There’s a definite consensus around the FashionIndie office regarding this season at the tents: lackluster. Gone was the excitement and the thrill of the new and in its stead stood a circus comprised of the old guard impatiently appraising the crop of would-be streetstyle stars and the army of bloggers hanging about as they waded through the muck of the nameless and the irrelevant to find a collection onto which to pin their ever-dwindling hopes . Still, there were a few shows that set the five barely-beating hearts of FashionIndie racing and had our backs aching to be clothed in their bright and bold designs.
- Ralph Lauren: “For the ostrich feather boas.”
- Prabal Gurung: “For using one print 100 ways, and also for clever cutouts.”
- 3.1 Phillip Lim: ”For his tasty sherbert color palette.”
- The Row: “For dressing the old ladies that the Olsen twins were born to be.”