Italian brand, Miss Sixty, revealed their Fall 2007 collection yesterday. This collection delivered a big dose of flash with a bit of trash. A fusion of 60's, 70's and 80's influences, the palette was warm jewel tones and cold black, red and white. Lurex fabrics were mixed with billowy florals, creating a union of sparkle and femme.
A couple of trends we're familiar with lingered: leggings, headgear, menswear and metallics. Skin was an accessory here, with revealing cowl neck tops and an enormous keyhole neck dress. Interesting to note: the show opened with drop-waist dresses and closed with high-waisted wide leg pants. Best known for their form-fitting denim they delivered creative versions of dresses, skirts, overalls, and jackets.
My favorite looks were tailored: an adorable black mod-inspired pea coat, a teal leather blazer (pictured) and a sparkly mustard top paired with a loose black vest and black wide-leg trousers.
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