Thuy Diep’s spring 2010 collection was dominated by metallics, stripes, and exposed zippers. The Thuy spring 2010 woman is strong and focused on bold, structered sexy dressing. The body conscious shillouette is nothing new, but for Thuy it’s all in the details. And the details are good. With piping, destroyed hems and a pallete of darker colors than what we’ve come to expect in spring collections the statement is unaplogetic and unmistakable.
While retaining a feminine bent (no androgynous boyfriend looks here) the cut out geometric shapes of her dresses showcase a woman’s (most often) best asset, the smooth skin of her back.
This is a wearable collection in tune with the zeitgeist, and also manages to stay slightly ahead. I imagine that the trends in these looks will be plucked from the runway and reinterpreted on the street come May.
As always stay tuned for our photographers photos — you won’t want to miss them. I’m addicted to our slide shows, even after having attended the show itself!