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GEREN FORD S/S 2010

This grey charmeuse blazer paired with an accompanying teal tie-waist jumper means business.

The finish of the shoes matters in this collection.  Here, the model’s untanned leather collar heels give structure to a look that depends on draping and the multi Ikat Obi belt.

It’s an atmosphere of beauty within the illusion of chaos that makes this collection so worth enjoying.  Here, one model is barely off the runway before a perfectly complementary look is presented on the next girl, with a French blue flutter arm mini.

Notice how the subtle shimmer in the blue collar heels brings out the gunmetal mystique in the flatstone ring, and sets off the hibiscus grommet tank and elephant suede mini.

 

This dress is a stunner.  It’s as if the uptown Geren Ford woman shed her business attire to attend downtown’s hottest art opening.  Notice how this splatter paint strapless could have hidden under the entire last ensemble for a quick change or a disguise without changing the blue heels.

 

With the same shoes, the Geren Ford woman wraps herself in this black tie waist dress for a later night even further downtown.

 

Ready for wherever the weekend brings, in a black open shouldered tee with a black pick stitch vest, and a black crinkle leather short.

 

 

Images courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.

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