Akris S/S 2010 / PFW / Day five

Albert Kriemler stayed true to his standard linear approach for spring at Akris, cutting sharp shapes in a crisp palette of icy blues and whites that warmed into rusty tones. Clean was the word, one that also describes the collection of classic architectural handbags that made its debut in the show. There were some great tailored sheath dresses and jackets, many with motorcycle details — zippers and angular collars — or a techno mesh finish. For all the sharpness of it, the clothes had a more relaxed casual attitude, pushed by the bras peeking out from V-necks and slouchy ruched ankles on slim pants. And Kriemler really loosened up with the evening dresses — long filmy georgettes with blouson waists that floated down the runway.

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