Overall, this fashion week, I’ve spotted the brights that will enlighten us, the pink that will neutralize us, the blue period we’re entering, and a few overalls. I’m all about the workman’s onesie, so you can imagine my delight at spotting three clear cut on the runway. Phillip Lim, Duckie Brown and Jeremy Scott are all giving it to me. Are these ready-to-wear overalls doing it for you?
The men of Duckie Brown are dishing out some hefty real estate. They’re giving away two front row seats to their Fall 2012 runway show, and we have their shoe collaboration to thank for it (and we should also thank them for the stunning shoe collaboration to begin with). What I love about each Duckie Brown show is that the progression of clothing evolves, usually beginning in a muted place, then exploding with beautiful experimentation to the end. You can win highly coveted tickets to this exclusive runway show by giving them your style opinions. More details after the jump.
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.
I smell a trend that’s coming up daisies. Illustrated florals have gone sketchy and have hit several runways before day three. Luca Luca, Cynthia Rowley, Doo.Ri and Duckie Brown have turned up the flower power for boys and girls to shower over Spring 2012.
We are usually not ones to ask for things BUT we need YOUR help to get this Indie front row of the Duckie Brown show during New York Fashion Week.