BCBG Max Azria FW15

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The BCBG Max Azria collection was, for the most part, a repulsive hairy mess.  The patches of hair in square chunks on the arms, hips, and the grotesque volume of the jackets, coats, and outerwear were atrocious.  I get that there’s a 70’s trend, but who is this Xena Warrior Princess, Peruvian Lama Herder, soccer mom in thigh highs and a sweater dress?  The proportions and the styling were off- a turtle neck paired with the ruffles underneath, and for good measure the bulky bottom.

This collection is black and blue for a reason- it’s been beaten over and over in being over designed.  If it were edited it would give a different impact: certain designs like the cream looks and the black and blue dresses looked fashion forward and more Designer, while others looked too literally 70’s, boxy and bulky, hairy and awkwardly styled.

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