Bally S/S 2010 / MFW / Day three

For spring, Brian Atwood delivered a concise, tightly edited collection of chic silhouettes inspired by the films “Chinatown” and “American Gigolo,” among others. Silhouettes were long and lean with a safari bent in a muted palette of gray, beige, purple and rust. Atwood emphasized a cinched waist throughout the lineup with wide leather belts.

Accessories this season had a very focused direction. Five styles of shoes were presented in various materials, ranging from napa and suede to patent and snakeskin, the highlights being the soft ankle booties in leather or suede. Bags were relaxed and unstructured with ruched detailing. And, for those who like to travel in style, the most luxurious item there was the made-to-order shoe trunk in python with room for four heels, four flats and extra drawers for additional accessories.

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