i am a huge DVF fan. to me, the woman can do no wrong:
whether it is the way that her wrap dresses fit the body to perfection,
or the bold prints and colors that she brazenly chooses to work with,
her transition into everything from luggage to jewelry to interiors and house wares,
and her endless anthropological work to empower and encourage women,
i have to say, I LOVE IT ALL.
it's no wonder that i am absolutely smitten with her fall 2010 collection.
taking as her theme the premise that she has set her life by,
" i always wanted to live a man's life in a woman's body," she sent
smokey eyed sirens marching down the catwalk with confident swagger.
skillfully blending masculine pant suits with feminine touches
such as sequin, pompoms, and flowers, dvf's fall line is the visual equivalent
of the very type of woman who should be wearing them.
i'm glad to see this fall that clothes don't (just) make the man.