Friday, January 29, 2010

Collegiate couture

I decided to take some artistic liberties and chose what college each pre-fall 2010 collection corresponds's completely unrealistic that any college student would be wearing designer duds, but imagining is so much fun.
The feminine and elegant clothes of this collection could easily make its way into any fashion-savvy Vassar student's closet. The red lips are another nice touch that speak to Vassar's dramatic flair.
A paisely jumpsuit? Yes, it would indeed be Berkley student who would line up to purchase this look...if only it was made of recycled hemp instead of silk.

These clothes definitely have an urban minimalist vibe, and if you're student at U of Chicago the chances of having extraneous time to conjure up elaborate outfits would be limited, so Devi Kroell would be an excellent option.

The Chloé pre-fall just screams East coast preppiness, and what better a school than Princeton to find that nerdy sophistication? The jackets should have a minimum IQ requirement to avoid posers.
Young, fresh, and so L.A. ADAM's pre-fall collection could seamlessly weave its way into the Calfornian Occidental culture; too bad the bags are too small to hold textbooks.
The sunglasses, the too-cool-for-school looks, the bold fabric and color choices clearly belong in the city, New York City to be exact.
My absolute favorite pre-fall collection: Proenza Schouler can do no wrong. The clothes are trendy, yet preppy and translate perfectly for the senatorial internships of Georgetown students.


  1. oh my goshhh! i enjoy reading and looking at the comparisons :) indeed, it was very fun!
    Great blog! =]

  2. i really love the proenza schouler look very much !
    thanks so much for dropping by my blog and the lovely comments :D
    hope you've had a great weekend..
    michelle . @ GLISTERS&BLISTERS

  3. Proenza Schouler was my absolute favorite, but i totally loved stella mccartney, & DVF (even though you didnt post it) spring '10 collections (even though you didnt post it)


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