文/Kelland （Kelland：美国西雅图人，曾在Marc Jacobs从事时尚咨询五年，现为第五大道资深时尚咨询顾问）
Eachway, November 4, 2009
The hip background music, a fusion of techno, accordion, piano and classical guitar, set the stage for a scene in a movie where a girl goes rummaging through her mom's vintage clothes. She would try on old Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurant, leather jackets and costume jewelery fit for a princess, making a perfect modern ensemble out of old classics. However, the pieces shown tonight at Eachway failed to capture that romantic fashion scene. While full of old looks, the designs appeared to be inspired by a color blind grandma more than a timeless piece of vintage. Grey, white and black was the palette, but some orange bows were thrown on the back of what otherwise would have been a nice dress. A few pieces had beautiful draped shoulders and structured collar lines, from the front they looked like winners, but once the model turned the stage the look was was ruined with gaudy lace, misplaced ribbons, and shoes that were all wrong. Pumps with frilly dresses, clutches your niece would use and lace gloves Rihanna wouldn't touch, the only accessory that made a statement was the beautiful bulb necklace adorning a silk grey top. If you have to buy a piece from the collection stick to the high waisted pleated skirt or the wide leg pleated trousers, good basics that were well tailored. The collection wasn't a total loss, but there lacked a sense of sophistication that I would expect their target audience to need. That said, I would watch out for this line in the future. Although misplaced, the details were well executed and I trust anyone who can put together that complicated of a soundtrack is sure to be able to pull out some beautiful pieces with time.