Hogan S/S 2010 / MFW / Day two

For the first time, Hogan traded its mannequins for live models, further emphasizing that growing the apparel collection is high on the priority list. So about a dozen models sat on silver and white cubes in a bustling, disco-blasting setting designed to echo Andy Warhol’s Factory studio. The vibrancy of it all reflected Thakoon Panichgul’s fashion message of spunky outerwear. The designer fashioned paper-thin and body-skimming nylon anoraks, swingy raincoats, parkas and little jackets, often belted and zipped in contrasting colors. They were tossed over black sequined tops and briefs and topped with the season’s rainbow-bright accessories — a pumpkin leather-bordered plastic handbag, foam green patent wedges and teal blue sneakers.

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