If New York Fashion Week is any indication—and, of course, it is—the so-called "new proportions" are here to stay. Even at the Spring 2007 show from maverick style maven Anna Sui, there was an endless supply of volume, including bell-like skirts, poetic sleeves, bubble-shaped tops, and baby-doll waists.
Sui is known for her interpretations of 1960s and '70s style, and there were plenty of boho patterns on display at last night's show. But this time around, she reaches back even further, hinting at the decadence of the late 16th century while at the same time evoking the '80s with legwarmers and fishnet leggings. Like many designers, Sui is working with lots of dusty grays, black, and red, though I was also delighted to see the appearance of some rich chocolate browns. To see all of Fabsugar's Fashion Week coverage, click here. To view the rest of the Anna Sui collection,