To your right, that is Jasmine Di Milo. Unfortunately, I didn't really enjoy anything in her collection, but this dress is so cute! I love jigsaw puzzles, even though I don't do them anymore, but it was a childhood hobby. I always think it's nice when fashion--or any work of art--is reminiscent of the past.
Now, let's talk about Versace.
They remind me very much of the metal dress from Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2007 collection (Lady Gaga wore it in the Paparazzi music video). I really love that dress. The difference? These looks more wearable, and have more colour. Adoooooore them.
It's always effective when you make contradictions; it makes people think and give things a second look and/or thought. Here, it's about how elegant these women look without pants on.
In fact, everything in this collection was elegant.
Next up, Dsquared².
It's very sad that this collection didn't get much love. True, Dan and Dean Caton strayed far away from what they've been doing up until this point, but I still think this collection is gorgeous.
It's rare for me to like big patches of fuzzy fur, but this is just fabulous. I think it helped make everything look much sexier, like vampire queen clothing. These women look like they should be sitting on a giant, gruesome black throne.
Claws on the shoulders, veins on the arms: A+.
While we're on the same spooky tone, why don't we look at Gareth Pugh?
I could keep going, but I don't want to overload you all with a killer-long blog post! I promise Part 3 will come quicker. Keep checking back ;)