Before I start, I would like to address a few things. For one, I just want to say how sorry I am for neglecting my blog for so long. Fashion Week ended over a month ago, and I'm still way behind on reviews. This is the last one for Fall 2011, though, so from now on I'll be super organized. Also, I will be doing a review of the outfits from Nickolodeon's Kid's Choice Awards (a short one!) but I won't be doing a review of the CMA's. I hate not reviewing it since the CMA's are so big, but I can't for a few different reasons. But I have a lot of posts coming your way, so keep reading! God, I sound like the host of a TV show. "More will be coming after this short break, so stay tuned!"
I understand what was trying to be accomplished with this line. "Innocent girls wearing not-so-innocent clothes." But there was so much I didn't like about this collection I can't even put them all up. You could either call it creative or tacky. I'll go with tacky. Sorry, but this was a huge let-down.
For me, these clothes are what truly helped accomplish the designer's goal.
This is the same thing, except the Mary Janes are snakeskin.
As I said before, there are many looks I did not like. One in particular, with the model strutting down the runway covered completely in giant sequins looking like some weird mutant fish-thing. Everyone said they were amazing and creative, but I thought they were just disgusting to look at. There were so many of them, so I'm going to put up a few examples of what I'm talking about.
Prada Fall 2011
I'm sorry. I hate to end the season on such a bad note. But Prada was a complete let-down and I hate to say it. Hopefully I can be a little more optimistic about it next season.