New York Fashion Week: Milly | Renowned Designers

27Sep10

Milly is one of those brands that I faithfully turn to season after season, and seeing Michelle Smith’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection made me want to fast-forward through all the cold weather that’s coming our way this winter. Her clothes are always so alive, vibrant and modern. She typically embraces color, and this spring collection is no exception; pops of red, green and purple are incorporated into prints and mixed and matched in innovative combinations. Her green flowered skirt paired with the striped navy and green cardigan is smart and polished. Looks in more neutral colors come alive with rich textures and sophisticated yet youthful silhouettes. The lace suit is like no other suit you own, and the pieces would work well as separates. The striped knit dress with pom-poms exudes a playful sophistication. I loved the way the models were styled for the runway. Milly’s jewelry line (launched in 2009) beautifully complements her looks. In particular I admired the necklace with yellow stones paired with the red coat—that small detail sets off the whole look. And let’s not forget handbags. This collection debuts Milly’s handbag line which, like her clothing, is colorful and sharp; check out that patterned tote! The headwraps were fabulous and tied all the looks together nicely, adding a bohemian vibe to the whole collection. Bravo!

via New York Fashion Week: Milly | Renowned Designers.

via New York Fashion Week: Milly | Renowned Designers.

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