A few hours before this show, they started locking down the tents & not letting people in. By the fourth dismayed phone call from someone stranded outside who required me to go out with my press pass & rescue them -- this whole thing started to get old. Security was everywhere, chaos & people -- this is actually meant to be a place where fashion gets shown, not a club opening, & I'm not the only one who wishes they would take this type of thing offsite.
Yikes, what to say about her Sweetface show. It opened with an enormous neon sign which attempted to evoke Westside Story and read "The J. Lo Story". Lots of what looked to me like lederhosen. Bell sleeve chiffon tops with low, low waisted jeans. A belted babydoll or two. And a 'Lil Kim worthy white shortsuit with wide brown belt. An odd plaid jumpsuit with knee length breeches & ribbed cuffs. Some high waisted green knickers, and white garters.
Tons of fur though -- really really nice fur at that. And Naomi ended things in a white flamenco inspired jumpsuit with tier upon tier of ruffles and oversized white mink Kentucky Derby type hat, but with two foot brim.