Vera Wang is a designer who likes femininity and simplicity combined. And this idea is fully embodied in her Spring/Summer 2010 collection at New York Fashion week.
Pretty dersses made of light and often sheer fabrics (mostly chiffon) were the center of the line. All of coctail length they looked very womanly but without too luxe.
Embroidery and occasional gemstones adorned the frocks much. The dress I liked the most is the black one with flower-detail attached in abundance. A very glamourous piece!
The designer included lots of shorts into the range adding to the comfort of the wearer. Shorts were easily paired with blouses, basketball tees, an organza skirt combo, a metallic gauze halter tank and even a poufy ballerina skirt.
Slouchy leggings were nice to look at, too. Combined with a cascading top they looked fabulous.
But what really worth your attention is the accessories – jewelry in particular. Neckaces were diverse and huge: from spiderweb over all decollette area to large pieces with gigantic crystal pendants.
- marchesa autumn winter 2013