Zero + Maria Cornejo Spring 2009 Runway
Photos By: Rob Loud
We're heading to the Isaac Mizrahi show and just wanted to drop a note to say that the shoes in the Zero + Maria Cornejo Spring 09 show lived up to their reputation. The low cut white ankle boots were our favorite (there were also bohemian sandals that we're sure we'll see on my women next summer) and, paired with printed and watercolor frocks, played with a classic masculine/feminine dichotomy quit nicely. Whether it's flat oxfords paired with a feminine dress or hyper-feminine heels paired with masculine separates, the act of choosing footwear that is the exact opposite aesthetic of that which you are wearing, we think will play a big part this Spring 09. Photographer Justin William Lin is shooting with us today, and we'll bring you his photographic perspective this evening. Until then...
>> A LITTLE TURN ON THE CATWALK —All minds are still curious to see what Patrick Robinson can do for Gap, so yesterday when he debuted his first full Spring collection for the brand, editors came in droves. Sarah Lerfel, fresh off the "impossible" Colette x Gap opening on Saturday, took a tour around with Hello Kitty bag in tote, pausing to mingle before exiting sans a Colette x Gap goody bag. Others stayed longer, enjoying the four kinds of juice offered, brightly colored enough to go with the collection on display — one model even partook (left).
Also of note: The chunky wooden Pierre Hardy Design Edition platforms are apparently coming in all different colors next Spring.