Returning to the runway after last’s season’s standing room presentation, Andy The Anh brought out a cotillion of strong day-to-evening looks perfect for jet-hoppers.  This point was punctuated by the Rimowa luggage-toting gentlemen who accompanied The Anh’s high-maintenance lady.  Dressed in belted brushed fleece car coat, she cut a refined line.  Extreme bobby-pin chignons and smokey panda lids furthered her haute air.  Broad room-to-cocktail numbers are the designers speciality.  This season he offered multiple varieties, most with a crisp ruffle detail.  A waistcoat-style dress looked perfect for layering, its appeal seasonless.  The sweetheart neckline on a bustier gown offered a hit of va-va.  Doubly vixenish, a black draped floor length style with a plunging dip.  Just when the lineup felt a touch too black-on-black, a photographic print pleated skirt and mini-dress, delectably tiered, came prancing out.



One Response to “ANDY THE ANH”

  1. I want them both! The first is this killer professional/samurai style. The second is a revamped Scarlett O’Hara drapery.

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