Feb 24, 2009

London Fashion Week: Ann-Sofie Back F/W 09.10

I'm sorry for the lack of posts in the past few days, I've been dealing with a bad head cold and all I can do lately is sleep and drink smoothies. It's not so bad, minus the sickness of course.

Anyways, I wanted to point everyone's attention to the Ann-Sofie Back F/W 09.10 show from London Fashion Week; Goth-Meets-Native American, an odd combo but it works here. I love the torn up tanks and dresses, as well as the shredded, falling apart skirts. The feathers are so fun too. My head is really clogged so I don't have too much insight, maybe I should just let the pictures do the talking? You can check out the whole collection here. What do you think?

Pics from Catwalking via TFS


Najeema said...

I hope you get better soon! I like this collection, and I really like the gothic, slightly macabre vibe. Not sure how I feel about the feathers, though. They look a bit haphazard to me.

Edo said...

Hope you feel better. I loved the second look on the bottom row- def goth meets native american. I want to know how you feel about our shoes during Milan Fashion week. I'll be checking in:-)

nookie said...

i really like the shoes and the black
hope you get better soon!

what the pros do... said...

Hey Ashley I did the makeup for this show an im telling you the clothes look even better in person as there is so much detail in each outfit that you dont get from the pics. I agree too that some how the mix of goth and folk really work together!

mandi said...

i think you hit it right on...i am also loving this collection. the details are lovely i could really use a pair of those distressed jeans. the makeup is not the best in my opinion but it fits the look.

sorry your feeling sicky...feel better soon! :)

Ashley said...

Thank you all for the well wishes!

@What the Pros Do: It is so cool that you did the makeup for this show, it seems like that would be such a fun job! You did a very good job too, the makeup definitely makes the whole vibe of the show come together!