This is the first collection by former Nina Ricci designer Olivier Theyskens for Theory and it will have people waiting in line when it is released. All the pieces are very wearable and flattering. I really like the styling of this collection. You don’t really need to be over-dramatic with the look to make a statement. Just let the clothes speak for themselves.
There is also a lot of denim, something that was very scarce this season. They had many styles to choose from. There were flares, skinnys, cropped, skirts and colored. I think the best ones have to be the perfectly fitted flares and the grommeted, cropped burnt sienna colored pants. They just look amazing on the models. I also like the angled shots of these photos. It still showcases the clothing yet gives a different spin than the usual frontal shots.
Ahh…the smell of denim was on the runways of Robert Geller. He showed a few denim pieces including denim jackets, shirts and of course jeans. The jeans also didn’t just come in blue this season. He chose to give some funk to an outfit and chose to make them pink.
The wash of the jeans above is absolutely amazing. The wash is just incredible. I am also a fan of the styling in this collection. Everything is well put together and the colors of each piece all bring out each other. I just think each piece from this collection is impeccably tailored, even the jumpsuit is pretty cool. This is absolutely one of my favorites this season. You can see some more from the collection below.
Such immaculate tailoring this season from Simon Spurr as usual. Such great jackets, such amazing jeans, every fit is just amazingly clean at the Spring 2011 show. This is a brand that is a favorite with Zac Efron and Nick Jonas and I’m sure they will be spotted in some of these pieces.
Simon Spurr also went for the color pink when it came to their denim as well. I wonder if this is a trend that will also be big on the streets. But like the others, there were tons of grays, whites, and blacks in this collection as well. Are you readers going to be rocking the head to toe white and pink denim this spring?
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.