Memorable Pieces from Designers You Need to Know (Fall 2010)

Welcome back to another blog installment from Jesenia’s Goodie Bag Blog! On my last installment, I shared with you Fall 2010’s Greats in fashion. Today I will be sharing— Memorable Pieces from Designers You Need To Know (Fall 2010)

Alexandre Herchcovitch: If you’re looking for an updated version of plaid, look no further. These pants and jacket can be revved up anyway you like, from punkish to casual chic.

Band of Outsiders: I absolutely love these shoes! I own a pair myself and they definitely add a kick to anything outfit you pair it with. Dress them up, dress then down, these versatile t-straps are so amazing, they can even be worn in any season.

Charles Anastase: Here we have a variety of t-straps, more then enough styles to cater to any preference. (Black patent leather, Red snake skin and Tiger)

Kenzo: Menswear hats are all over the place and there’s no limit to how many ways you can wear them. Find them in colors like heather-gray, espresso, taupe or classic brown.

Max Azria: Remember leather-bound Angelina Jolie in the late 90’s (circa Billy Bob era)? Well, let’s take a moment for nostalgia to kick in… All black semi-sheer top, skinny leather pants and towering boots; this look will never go out of style!

Maladrino: Go bohemian with a fringe bag or channel your inner animal in a raven-inspired scarf.

Neil Barrett: Helmet Lang meets Chanel meets Prada. These leather assembles go with anything in your closet; fingerless driving gloves, boots, trenches, skinny pants, short skirts, graphic tees and a mix of tailored and boyfriend blazers. Wanna hear the best part? You can wear them to death!

Peter Som: Bone-straight hair, gothic lips, graphic patterns, sequin and laced booties is a fun mix of girlie-rocker. Anyone up for a night out dancing?

Requiem: (inspired by Chanel Fall 2009 RTW) jade fingerless driving gloves with a matching pendant. The embroidery on the satin camis are splendid. Tuxedo apparel makes great for a statement piece. Embellished belts do a superb job cinching a waistline as well as adding a ladylike vibe to your assemble.

Sacai: Among fashion favorites is the iconic tweed jacket and Sacai creatively matched this classic with this season’s animal print. Ruffled caplets add a baroque quality to any outfit. If you’re looking for a statement sweater, this embellished sweater will transcend effortlessly from day to night.

Shipley & Hamos: Shipley & Hamos have a niche for making casual oh-so-chic! Office appropriate is re-invented with a chunky sweater over a skirt, opaque stockings and heeled oxfords. Nautical stripes get a major upgrade when accompanied with a camel skirt. Equally stunning is the three-quarter sleeve camel jacket. Rain or shine, no one can resist the ageless long beige trench. Feeling a little daring? Try the tie-dye dress in blue-n-white. Whether it’s a wrap dress, graphic print dress, sleeveless black dress or a tunic dress, they all go great with blazer jackets. Leather jackets lend a bad-girl feel to a chiffon dress. Lastly, rolled-up dress shirts or nude tops simply put– complete loose high-waist trousers.

Staerk: Since the days of Grace Jones, hooded dresses continue to make their mark in fashion. Rev them up with heels or keep them low-key with laced boots.

Suno: Suno style is the epitome of fun; two-toned and multicolored open-toe platform sandals, opaque tights, graphic patterned dresses, jackets and blouses. Wear them together for shock-value or wear separately as statement pieces.


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2 thoughts on “Memorable Pieces from Designers You Need to Know (Fall 2010)

  1. Hey girl im feeling the Max Azria & Suno. I like the pop of color in Suno & I liked when Angelina Jolie dressed like that back in da day. All of the photos are great. Those just caught my eye the most.

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