Thursday, February 25, 2010

Runway Review: Twinkle by Wenlan FW2010

(images courtesy of Elle)

During New York Fashion Week, Erin and I checked out Twinkle by Wenlan, a Sugar Rock Catwalk favorite and Fashion Week tradition! In fact, our first runway review was for Twinkle spring 2009. We've been covering show for quite a few seasons, and this season's show at the Bryant Park Promenade was the most crowded we'd ever seen.We were a little bummed about standing, but hey, we were just happy to be there.
Chunky, detailed knits are Wenlan's signature, and they were definitely my favorite looks from the collection. I especially loved the drama and coziness of the oversize collars.
In addition to knits, the collection also featured a lot of swingy jerseys and playful prints that we've come to love and expect from Twinkle. The palette consistent primarily of grays, black and muted neutrals with pops of gold and fuchsia.
This collection included a lot of the latest trends including: zippers, cutouts and geometric patterns. As with previous seasons, this collection was quirky, girly-cute and wearable! I'm adding the knits and a couple of the dresses to my fall wish list.

1 comment:

Alice said...

I am a big fan of Wenlan! She is so wearable, quirky, and sweet.

Love her knits and little dresses!

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