Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Badgley Mischka S/S 2013

For their Spring 2013 collection, Badgley and Mischka were inspired by a 1935 film version of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” With a soft palette of blush, ivory, and lilac,the collection included "springlike fabrics, but with depth to them," explained Mischka backstage. Lots of tulle and chiffon, for example.

Among the more interesting fabrics was a "hologram tweed" - a shimmery tweed used both in a casual pant, paired with an ivory organza bustier, and in a jacket, paired with an organza and chiffon skirt.

The design duo who are mostly known for their evening-wear also featured a filmy celadon-colored tulle+organza gown, and another breathtaking coral peach lace and chiffon dress that flowed into a filmy cape at the back.

Check out my favorite looks below + the full show!

1 comment:

  1. great collection but I have to admit I didnt like the models they used at all. They looked old and dead especially the one that opened the show.