Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Fall 2009 RTW - Miss Sixty Missed It

It's getting ugly out there...and I don't mean the economy.
After looking at the Fall 2009 RTW collections I've been faced with a dilemma....
Which collection was my least favorite?
There were so many unflattering details spread throughout the many collections that it was indeed hard to make a decision.
Until I saw Miss Sixty.
Acid Wash with Boa?

Acid Wash Encore and What's Up With The Model's Boobs?

Over Corseted, Bad Animal Prints and Dynasty Worthy Shoulders?

Mad Max Vinyl Princess?

Today, the Miss Sixty brand is shown in the Guggenheim Museum in New York City in the United States. They also launched their first fashion show in New York in 2006. In all, the Sixty
Group employs over 1,500 people and is highly respected within the world of fashion. The company is known for its quality and willingness to experiment with design, as well as its unique approach to fashion and its level of creativity. As such, the line of clothing has been described as having a strong identity and versatile personality that distinguishes it from other clothing lines..
(versatile personality?....I'm thinking more along the lines of a personality disorder)

Seriously, I don't know how the models kept from cracking up on the runway in these less than Guggenheim Museum worthy outfits. (It looks like they weren't in on the joke)

Other than the leather leggings/boots... would you wear any of these clothes?
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WendyB said...

That last one reminds me of a Judy Jetson-ish outfit I used to wear out dancing in the '80s.

Belle de Ville said...

More like Judy Jetson on crack to wear when dancing to Pat Benatar or Cyndi Lauper music!

Classy-opeia said...

Personality disorders, certainly... Schizofashiphrenia? Borderline-taste disorder?

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