The talk of the town stemmed from a Medieval-Dungeons and Dragons-inspired collection brought by the Mulleavy sisters at Rodarte. A now black-haired Jessica Stam opened the show to a following stampede of oversized fringed jackets, pants made of leather straps and metal grommets, whimsical yet edgy gowns complete with breastplates and wide belts, and artistically molded footwear. Anna Wintour sat front and center along with fellow Vogue
editor Virginia Smith, with superstar and Mulleavy friend Kirsten Dunst sitting across the way next to Emmanuelle Alt. Spring in Rodarte is definitely for the fashion forward, and not for the spring florals-only inclined.
Marc Jacobs, who presented his Spring RTW show the day before with his bold, mod stripes, changed it up for his littler line, Marc by Marc Jacobs
at the Lexington Armory. A burst of color - both literally on the runway, and on the clothes - got us thinking about wearing headwraps and skirts and scarves again. Mr. Jacobs designs in such a way that speaks to both the sophisticated and funky youth at the same time. Where else would you find Zosia Memet of our fave new HBO show Girls
and a Jonas at the same fashion show?
|Rachel Zoe waiting for her ride|
|Miroslava Duma, too cute in lime and rainbow pumps|
|Frida Gustavsson after the show|
|the finale walk at Marc by Marc Jacobs|
|Zanna Roberts Rassi of Marie Claire, hot in hot pink|
|Hanneli Mustaparta shooting some street style photos|
|spending the rest of the evening wandering around Soho|