Check out the latest Fashionista reviews! Christian Siriano showed a more toned down collection but managed to sneak in some of his signature drama. Brian Wolk and Claude Morais's line Ruffian wouldn't be out of place on an English estate. And Wayne kept her snakeskin inspiration light and feminine. All these and more are over at our New York Fashion Week page!
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Christian Siriano Fall 2012: The Pendulum Shift
Christian Siriano is one of those designers who's usually all about more is more is fierce. But following last season’s showing of dramatic ball skirts and chartreuse, the designer has honed in on tighter silhouettes and muted colors for fall. While the glitz was turned down a notch at yesterday’s show, he did manage to sneak the sparkly stuff onto each of his show shoes. Actresses Gabourey Sidibe and Mena Suvari watched from the front row, as J-pop-y songs blared and a surprisingly wide range of wearable pieces trotted down the runway.
Christian Siriano Fall 2013: A Night At the Opera
Christian Siriano's girl got a whole lot more grown up over the course of one season. Gone were the pastel twinsets, polka dots, and ballerina buns of last spring, replaced by sophisticated pencil skirts, intricate gold hardware detailing and rich (though faux) furs for a collection the designer says was inspired by "the golden age of the Russian Opera."