Bright colors and a lady like silhouettes ruled the runway at Jill Stuart. The use of drop-waisted shifts and inverted-pleat skirts that were often mid-knee reminded us of classic Italian styling. Like many of the collections we’ve seen thus far, Stuart used bright colors to liven her designs. Bright orange-reds, mint greens and turquoise kept the collection lively and young.
Standout trend: Dreamy femininity with a 1960s twist. Chunky two-tone metallic heels were a major crowd pleaser.
How to get the look: Blow hair until almost dry and work in lots of mouse. Blow your front bangs straight with a large round brush. When the rest of your hair is just about dry, tease and finish with hairspray to give the appearance of a teenager’s unfussy hair.
Who makes it work: Barbie can make any of these designs look great even after she has been thrown around in the toy box