Was told never to apologize for not blogging, which I definitely relate to. But I promised myself I would never fail this site when I STARTED IT MORE THAN THREE YEARS AGO. Happy Birthday, The Look Book! CRAZY. How that time flies!
When this collection popped up on style.com (late at night), I looked at it three times. In a row. That never happens. Forced myself to hop in to bed, woke up in the morning, and looked at the line 2 more times. You should probably know how I feel about this collection by now, munchkins.
A light pink tank and (probably silk) mauve slouchy love-affair-with-my-bed-kind-of-day-but-I have-to-go-to-work pants? Done.
This outfit is dreamy. The soft, wispy outlines on the edges of the white blouse assist with aforementioned dreaminess.
Can definitely picture this outfit described on an online retail site as a "play suit". When retailers list items of clothing as a "play suit" I wonder why I am so much more inclined to further investigate said item of clothing? Maybe because purchasing the item of clothing alludes to a fun time?
Also. This is (probably?) my favourite look from the whole collection?
Another favourite. This top combination will be in my wardrobe. The light orange on lavender colour is quite ethereal, mais non? The fact that Mr. Lim can remain ethereal AND futuristic at the same time amazes me. I can just picture air floating through the slits in this models pants creating an ability for her to fly. FLY... PEOPLE. FLY!
Not usually such a fan of little vests, but this number just works. When this collection was available for pre-order on Moda Operandi, blogger went NUTS.
This look is so fierce. The black with sheer-ish cream detailing on the sleeves? I VOTE YES.
A plastic-y sheer rain coat overtop a slick white pairing? A+ for you, Mr. Lim.
Those shoes are so shiny, they put Dorothy's to shame.
This colour combination just understands me.
Phillip Lim said that this collection was inspired by kites. How cool! The athletic vibes in this collection seem to be reinvented in a modern way for our times.
Another definite kite inspired dress. I want this one too.
This outfit is the most perfectperfectperfect have seen in a long time.
This collection was my favourite from all of the Spring/Summer 2012 offerings. Most certainly compared each Spring/Summer 2012 collection I viewed to this one. Phillip Lim, for me, has gone from being a "summertime phase" to a lifelong love.
So good. The slits at the front of some of the pants in this collection feel fresh, and interpreted in a modern way.
Streamlined lines always win.
I find the rounded shape of this jacket very interesting!
My (possibly?) favourite look from the collection.
Okay. I give up. I cannot choose just ONE favourite. They are all so good. The colour combination of navy blue and black is so chic. Totally Jane Keltner de Valle (Senior Fashion News Director of TEEN VOGUE.)
I love the simplicity of the flat black sandals pictured.
The print on the printed pants behind this ensemble was not my cup of tea. Not a print person, at ALL. Would be hard to be a designer because you would have to tailor your collection to meet the needs and wants of SO many people. People like prints. Am not a fan. Love the two-toned sandals.
Here is the designer himself! I love his pants. I used to have a shirt like that when I was little, only the lightness of the shirt started at the top, gradually becoming a darker pink as the shirt reached it's hem. S'called NOSTALGIA, people. Feel that it is important to include pictures of the designers when I write a post on their collection. So many times when I look at a review, or speak with people about different fashion collections, I fail to remember what the actual creator of the clothing looks like!
How awesome would it be if more designers, editors, models, and, bloggers, were on the cover of major magazines? They are quite a pretty bunch, and feel that they deserve more recognition for their hard work!
What was your favourite look from this collection?
Will try and post more about the Spring/Summer 2012 shows. School has been nuts.