Who doesn't love a deeply exaggerated low cut blouse? Ok, maybe me but that's another story all together. After day 2 of NYFW, I started to notice the designers penchant for all things chest baring. A mix between 90s minimalism, 70s glam and 20s sleekness, the deep V was seen on anything from blouses, vests, sweaters and gorgeously whispy dresses. Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, Altuzarra, Calvin Klein, Derek Lam, DVF, Donna Karan, Erin Fetherston, Edun and a slew of others were baring their models chests all over NYFW. It's not exactly a cleavage baring situation - well at least it isn't on the rail thin curve-less girls on the runway. The deep V of spring is more a showing off your belly button than your, um other assets, it's so deep yet covers up around the sides enough to keep things really nice and in place. As much as I'd like to fancy myself a low cut wearing kind of girl, I'm not sure this trend will do anything for me. I'll just stand on the sidelines wishing I was an A cup.
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Tagged with: nyfw spring 2011, nyfw 2011, #mbfw, Spring 2011 Fashion Week, NYFW, #NYFW, Fashion Week, Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein
Tagged with: nyfw september 2011, ss 2011, nyfw 2011, Spring Summer 2011, NYFW, New York Fashion Week, Fashion Week, Phillip Lim, Tory Burch, Proenza Schouler