Isabel Marant S/S 2010 / PFW / Day three

Rather than reinvent, Isabel Marant prefers to run her staples — tailored jackets, flirty frills, sweatshirts and Ts — through a seasonal trend wash. Formulaic, but it works. This time around, she shot sporty pastel stripes with Lurex; likewise for graphic tweeds. Both appeared as tops and bottoms — a jacket here, a tiered, ruffled skirt there — which also came in stripes, florals and fuchsia linens. Camouflage cowboy boots done up in fringe and bright feather earrings that looked like fishing tackle gave a gonzo touch to the pop-boho mix that was heavy on supershort girly frocks. They were sweet and sexy, even skimpy, and not just because of the cheek-grazing hemlines. Fun though it all was, the fabrics looked a little flimsy.

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