Clothes seem to have more of an ease for this season so far. Nothing is too structured or too constricted to the body. It is just a more relaxed kind of vibe with the shows and there is a ton of neutrals.
The Edun show was just that for the Spring 2011 collection. Every article of clothing had such an ease to them. From the denim shirts to the flowy maxi dress and tons of crisp white that is not shown here. Each piece can be mixed and matched and will still give the look of being put together. The attention to detail is great too. The sun-fading on the denim shirt is a nice touch to the usual. The denim dresses are also well constructed. Especially the asymmetrical one sleeve dress. I think the detail of the darting and hip is a nice touch. My overall thought on the collection was that it was great, very easy to wear from day-to-day.
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Kourtney Kardashian was seen carrying son Mason around in New York in her sky-high heels. I don’t know how she is able to do such a task without falling. Or at least tipping a bit. Mason has gotten so big. He makes his mom look so tiny when being held by her.
Kourtney was wearing a pair of Citizens of Humanity Slick Skinny in Dark Ivy for the stroll. She paired the jeans with a floral print shirt and some crazy high Louboutins. Citizens seem to be Kourtney’s favorite brand. She has been spotted in them numerous times on DenimBlog and I’ve also seen her wear them quite a few times on her shows. They make amazing jeans though. You can purchase these at RevolveClothing for $165.
Derek Lam always shows such a tailored ease with each collection. He always has such well put together garments and for his Spring 2011 collection he chose to transform the look off linen into denim. Alexander Wang did it with leather…So why can’t Derek do it to linen?
He opened his show with a denim-look trench paired with a dress that was also made from the fabric. Then a few looks followed also made of the great fabric. There was a new take on the denim shirt, a few flared trousers and a couple of suits, one skirt and the other trousers. For the other garments in the collection, Derek stayed on-trend with the others. He showed looks in neutrals and the two biggest trends of them all this season, crisp-white and maxi-dresses. The catwalks have been filled with maxi-dresses and crisp-whites so far this season. What do you readers think of Derek Lam’s denim-look linens?