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Best of New York Fashion Week 2010


Fashion week is officially over and the tents are down but this season there were definitely some great collections debuted and of course this year was a little more special because the tents wont be put up in Bryant Park in the fall. Unfortunately Fashion week is being moved to Lincoln Center for unknown reasons. but here are five collections that were my favorite :


The clothes were very wearable and the models strutted down the runway in tweed trousers, sheer tops paired with little jackets and shorts with vibrant tights underneath. I was able to actually sit and watch the show live which was an amazing experience! The music was also fun and gave the clothes an extra edge.

Betsey Johnson

There really aren't enough words to describe what a great designer she is. Each season Johnson recreates party dresses, jumpers, and fancy shoes in ways I cant begin to describe. This season had a wild west feel complete with bandanas, striped body suits, tutus and a model thin Kelly Osbourne walking the runway. I always love how the clothes show a specific theme as well.  

The Row

It's not everyday that a debut runway collection is shown to an A list front row crowd but then Olsen's did not disappoint! The color concept were very basic navy, black, and white. Belted wrap jackets, silk corseted dresses were among the few pieces shown but the major favorite was the tuxedo jacket.

Jeremy Scott

Each season Jeremy scotts pieces are always coated in patterns ranging from mickey mouse to the flin stones and of course Lady Ga Ga is a tremendous fan. This time around his clothing included dresses, body suits and jackets. Along with his collection were pieces covered in jewels and words like " fashion" were on the sleeves of sweatshirts.

Alexander McQueen ( RIP)

Sadly this season Mcqueen tragically ended his life but noone will ever forget the impact he had on the fashion industry. He will always be a favorite and never forgotten.

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