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MISS SIXTY F/W 2009

By Sharon Feiereisen 

Miss Sixty, per usual, was more about the atmosphere, the front row, and the top models on the runway (think Jessica Stam), than the actual clothing. The photographers had a field day with the likes of Mischa Barton, Coco Rocha, Rufus Wainwright, Kristen Bell, and Minka Kelly all in attendance.  

Multiple-buckle wide leather belts, super-tight skinny acid-wash jeans, graffiti-style tops, patterned tights and leggings, and, of course, jumpsuits abound in this season’s collection.  

Also of note – a number of pieces with a magazine cover-print which were very reminiscent of 80’s Versace. The Versace reference (whether intentional or not), was fitting for this season’s Miss 60 collection, given that the label took a stance of being unfazed by the recession, presenting bold, vibrant clothing – with a color palette that reached from A to Z – that ultimately, was more about fun and optimism than wearability.

Images courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.