New York Fashion Week

The Velvet Dressing Gown: The Nanette Lepore Fall 2010 Collection

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Pictured: My Favorite Piece from Nanette Lepore’s Fall Collection, a nouveau  little black dress

One of the more intriguing fashion week collections from the recent New York Fashion Week was Nanette Lepore’s collection.  Nanette’s designs have long been a favorite of mine. Her clothes are chic and feminine, and accessible via sales at major department stores.  Her fall collection was a bit of  a departure with rich autumn colors, lots of velvet, mini skirts and full length dresses (the velvet dressing gown look) plus chunky coats. I could write more, but instead, I thought I’d give my readers a front row seat and let you see what I saw.  The drop waists on many of the long dresses reminded me of 1920s style.  What do you think?

Note, this video of Nannette Lepore’s Fall 2010 Collection is provided courtesy of Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week.
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1 Comment

  1. Rūta

    February 25, 2010 at 8:48 am

    Nanette Lepore is allways great, chick yeat very feminine. I loved fall/winter collection, it deffinitelly one oe of bests from NY.