Fashion Week 19

Katy Rodriguez's collection was potential, melodious, and pleasing. I agree with this remark by Laird Borrelli-Persson: "Swingy, coquettish dresses with cheery polka dots hit her target of 'fun, festive, and bright.' Rodriguez could have spread her wings a little farther, though."

Roccobarocco reminsd me so much of Roberto Cavalli, with classy and posh feeling throw in it. I am never fond of animal prints (those are only for bedspread or pillows) and the floral prints are decent.

The Seduzioni Diamonds collection was sleazy and bit too revealing without being classy. Flocks were pretty, though.

I don't like sequins! Ben de Lisi has that and i chalked down points for it. But the rest, there lies a handsome, well-formed line.

The Elena Miro plus-size collection impressed me. It was refreshing and interesting how the models displayed the outfits. Definitely am blown away with the presentation and it does look superb.

Mixed of 20s and 80s era, wild patterns, and charisma : you got the Eley Kishimoto collection. The heels are so cute!

Alessandro De Benedetti
definitely has a color signature: grey colours. Amazing.

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