With us nearing the 20th anniversary of Marc Jacobs' infamous grunge collection--the one that got him fired from Perry Ellis and yet launched him into being one of the greatest designers of all time--Joesph Altuzarra couldn't have picked a better time to debut his take on teen spirit.
Rich burnt oranges and dark olives, silky satin dresses with shredded hems, and fur-frilled parkas are all diverse elements that seem to work so perfectly together.
Anyone down for a game of rugby?! lol
Rag & Bone created collection of sporty edginess that seemed to play off of those tough gals that don't mind playing with the big boys.
Scottish plaids, padded leggings, and quilted tops make this collection one for the girls who aren't afraid to play a bit rough.
So in that case, we'll leave the kilted skirts for the guys.
NAHM--a combination of initials of the brand's designers Nary Manivong and fashion heiress, Ally Hilfiger--has made quite the stir this season.
With a simple color story and tweaked sihlouettes,
this collection has the appeal and rockability for those who like dark yet chic simplicity.
I'm a huge fan of high-low hems and cool clothes, and NAHM definitely fits the bill.
My favorite part of Band of Outsiders is the layering!
With temperatures dropping to all time lows during the fall and winter seasons,
it's a relief to see that someone has us covered...literally!
Chunky knits draped over hip hugging skirts that are worn on top of pajama-like leggings and cable knit socks!?! Bring on the blizzards!
I can't even begin to tell you how amazed I am with Nicholas K's wilderness grunge looks.
Every girl that came down the runway look like she was as warm as a cabin fire, yet tough enough to tackle a grizzly...if need be. lol
Draped emerald green velvets, lumberjack plaids, and feminine ruffles = perfection!