If Vera and Rodarte gave us Halloween costume hints, Brian Reyes propelled us straight through the cold months and into next April. The easy-to-swallow assortment of short-shorts, lightweight cardigans, and darling dresses were a departure from this season's widespread inky hues and overtly organic silhouettes. There were bright whites against imperial blues and brilliant accents of red-orange, all with a spritz of lime; In essence, aesthetically spring in every way! The token sheer bodysuit of spring '10 materialized in a loose, playful way, with ease-inducing slashes and an inkblot motif. Makeup was fresh and lips were vibrant red--no white face paint or cobweb hair to be seen. With the collection ranging from beachwear to show-stopping gowns, we found ourselves longing for the warm weather frivolity we just wrapped up in August.
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