Sunday, February 05, 2006

Sari Gueron Fall 2006 RTW

A very pretty cotton dress with pintucked yoke and shaped, pintucked hem.

Close-up of the pintucks.

Another pintucked dress with lace inserts. This photo was lightened a lot to show the details, and isn't nearly so see-through. Cute bows on the straps, too.

An update on the classic drop-waist sailor dress.

Cute bound edges on a sheer blouse.

A very nice bias cut tank with wide tuck detailing.

A slim jumpsuit with a drawstring/ribbon waist. (Photo lightened.)

A great sweater with one of her short, flippy skirts, in taffeta?

A very pretty dress with intricate and intriguing tucks. Brown is still in!

I love this silhouette. A great shaped hem on the top, and what a cute skirt with the layers, and the placement of the gathering. This is quite darling.

Very 1920's, and so cute. Her influence was the Wiener Werkstätte, and it shows here.

This is just kind of interesting. It looks very wearable, and the circular patterns are nice with the neckline trim.

A very pretty dress in a lovely color.

More tucks, except as we can now see in the detail, these aren't tucks; they're applied raw-edged strips. The ruffles below them and to the sides just don't quite work, however.

Here's a close-up of the raw-edged strips.



Blogger Diana said...

Ah Sari,
Only now is she really starting to be fully appreciated. Her subtle combination of casual and elegant have really revolutionized the way the industry has approached this trend. Although she's only starting to blow up I could see her going alot further. I just read an interview in psychopedia that I think is worth checking out.

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