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By Tuesday, September 21, 2010

SAMANTHA PLEET SS11 COLLECTION

For her Spring 2011 SS presentation, Samantha Pleet brought the room to a stand still... literally! Standing atop a single white platform were seven, still as a doll models. Staying true to her vintage inspired roots, Pleet proved once again that she is overcapable of tackling the three c's; classic, chic, and charming. www.samanthapleet.com


BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS
The little black dress is officially revived! Making heads tilt and wonder why the dress looked familiar as it came down the runway over and over, Eliza Starbuck proved once and for all that sometimes a staple piece is all a girl needs to achieve any look. www.youbrightyoungthings.com

ASHTON MICHAEL BLACK LABEL SS11 COLLECTION

Musically inspired by Morrissey, Ashton Michael Black Label presented an androgynist collection—a story of torn lovers. Using bondage symbolism, distressed knits, military influences and fabric manipulation with weaving, Ashton turned the GreenShows black. Ashton Michael used a fabric made of recycled plastic bottles by RETH¿NK which has been word by one of his celebrity client will.i.am from the Black Eyed Peas. www.ashtonmichael.com


LUIS VALENZUELA SS11 COLLECTION
It was a breath of life for reduce, reuse, and recycle at the Luis Venezuela 2011 SS show. Assortments of household items such as lampshades, chandeliers, and birch bark were transformed into a contribution to Valenzuela’s modern illusion. www.luisvalenzuelausa.com

SUSAN CIANCIOLO SS11 COLLECTION
One-of-a-kind constructions for everyday people. A unique and distinctive collection for Spring Summer 2011. www.susancianciolo.com


LAVUK SS11 COLLECTION
For this collection LAVUK drew inspiration from Ernst Haeckel’s book, Art Forms in Nature. Haeckel’s illustrations of medusa, fish, and other underwater creatures are reflected in the shapes and colors of LAVUK’s 2011 Spring/Summer collection. The garments are accessorized by a play on the symmetry of shapes, prints of fish and hemp webbing details. The collection illuminates the connection between humans and the sea. www.mylavuk.com


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