Sunday, September 14, 2008

Yigal Azrouel Spring 09 NY fashion Week

Me boy Salieu Jalloh on duty here, good job boy! love the technicolor jeans look out for a lot them next spring!
The longjohn's started surfacing this spring, but i guess only NY has caught up with it yet, as this look can be seen on the street as opposed to Europe, but let's see what happens next spring.
This was my favorite outfit of the collection. I'd totally rock this anywhere. I heart the jacket!
Amando Kabral on duty here rockin technicolor jeans with white plimsolls.

When i saw this shirt i couldn't help but scream. i had seen this sort of shirt before but it had 4 pockets and i thought it was too much, who would have thought just removing one would do all the magic!

Checked patterned stuffs are trend du jour in th UK right now so i guess this was were Yigal got his inspiration from.
The sandals most of the models are sporting are very cool, i'm a gladiator/Biblical sandals freak. i love the patteren of the overall.

A lot of manbags on the runway , guess the manbag issue will finally be settled as i look forward to seeing more men sporting it. Overall i was impressed with this collection. The designer's talent was in clear display, not some collections that have normal designs that are very common, this one was personalized by him, good job Yigal!

2 comments:

Jonas Fred said...

I always carry a manbag. I have a closet filled with man bags. I am happy and sad by the fact that designers are using manbags, happy because more and more people will start using manbags. Sad because I won't be different anymore.

Jonas Fred

btw I agree with you on the spurr collection (thanks for letting me know you did a post on it).

Terencesambowrites said...

Sorry i hate too say this but i think manbags would become so ubiquitous next spring/summer especially in large metropilitan areas where a lot of people commute by bus or train

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