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Milan Fashion Week: Wunderkind

You're probably more familiar with German designer Wolfgang Joop from his eponymous Joop! line, established way back in 1979. But his second Wunderkind label, launched in 2003, is where the action is now.

The Spring 2007 collection, which was just shown at Milan Fashion Week, is wondrous indeed—both in its wearablity and its creativity. I particularly like the use of big but delicate floral patterns, bell-shaped skirts, and lace cut-outs, all of which call to mind a fairytale vibe. I could, however, live without ever wearing one of those Bo-Peep-style bonnets. Remarkably, Wunderkind is just as adept at creative edgy professional wear as it is dreaming up totally impractical beach attire. To see the looks for yourself,



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stone_soup stone_soup 10 years
the pockets are really in, huh? ____________________________________ Don't tick me off. Or you'll get it.
Shebelle Shebelle 10 years
Actually, Wolfgang Joop is German, not Dutch.
jennifer76 jennifer76 10 years
I really love some of this! I have a serious hangup about anything that even resembles tie-dye though.
Fashiondiva91 Fashiondiva91 10 years
It's pretty bad...
tabloidprincess tabloidprincess 10 years
I love some of the stuff.
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