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FASHIONWEEK Spring 2008: MaxAzria Spins Silk into Stylish Dip-Dyed Dresses. FASHIONTRIBES FASHION BLOG

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Summary:  Silk and satin fabrics dominated the collection, providing a luminous glow and dreamy silhouette, while dip-dyed and colorblock fabrics added a punch of color to an otherwise subdued color palette. The overall effect? Lightweight & effortless.

Color Palette: cream, white, haze/apricot, rose, sand, cinnamon, black/blush, black, mauve, peach, stone, oatmeal

Textures & Details: silk charmeuse, pintucked rayon, cotton, linen gauze, pintucked silk/cotton, silk crepe de chine, knitted cashmere, dip-dyed fabrics, appliqué, colorblocking   

Key Looks: cream colorblock silk charmeuse dress, haze/apricot dip-dyed rayon slipdress with taupe leather belt, cream silk charmeuse blouse with dip-dyed silk charmeuse short, dip-dyed satin minidress, oatmeal cotton dobby jacket with rose hammered-satin tunic & sand knitted cashmere short, cotton canvas jacket with black dip-dyed rayon top and rose pleated silk crepe de chine short with black leather belt

- Kim Weling



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it's so nice to see a fashion blog that really cares about fashion and features images with well written summaries of collections! i always come here to get a sense of the reviews. please consider adding me to your blogroll list...

Posted by: riz | Sep 13, 2007 10:30:55 AM

To me, Max Azria never, never fails. I'm also pleased with everything he comes up with. Everything is so workable, wearable, classic - yet fashion forward and chic.

Posted by: Style Scoop | Sep 15, 2007 3:26:32 AM

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