Sunday, September 13, 2009

NYFW Spring 2010: Karen Walker

The Karen Walker show was one of a couple I have been desperately anticipating, and she did not disappoint. Love the breton stripe tops (I've been growing more and more obsessed with these in the past few months) so I'll definitely be getting myself one of these - the drop shouldered one is particularly ace.
Walker knows how to do a killer navy piece - girl after my own heart (I'm a sucker for the ultimate nanna/orphan hue). And paired with gold buttons is even better. The a-line dress would be the ultimate easy-breezy summer item - and equally good with tights and boy-boots for winter. I'm 99% sure the look on the right is a romper, therefore it is 147% amazing. And being a liberty print fiend, I know I don't need to tell you how much I'm lusting after the blue floral waistcoat in the center.
And she's done the same print in a jacket. Also, I think I kindof love that acid trip of a print. I'm thinking it could be the type that looks good on the runway but actually blows your mind (highly appropriate) in the flesh.


Leah said...

OMG. I was thinking to myself tonight, oh, Karen Walkers show is todayish in America, should I look it up? And then I thought to myself Naa Emma from rag Pony will post it soon. And here we go. Everything is amazing. So Karen. I love that we can claim her for ourselves.
Thanks so much for posting!

Jyun said...

I'm really sick of seeing sailor stripes. Btw, some of these dresses are awesome.

A and A said...

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xx lots of love from San Francisco.

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Anonymous said...

wow they're amazing! i love this blue navy!