An evident contrast between this and the other two lines is stark.  This season, the Azrias strayed away from curve-hugging silhouettes, as they’re best known for, and offered drapy dresses, shades of gray, leather paneling and mesh insets.

Leather ruled the runway along with sheer paneling making the minimalistic line sexy.  Intricate beading on black frocks subtract what simplicity the dresses had and kick it up a notch.

Neutral looks in tones of beige and gray malso made their way down the catwalk with teetering wedges and wedge booties to match.

The line was a pleasant shock from their usual bodycon dresses, and La Roitfeld, who sat front row, seemed to agree as she rocked her head to the music.  The hues were a little boring, I must say, but the construction of the loosely made pieces definitely compensated for lack of color.

Here’s the final walk!

Max Azria F/W 2010 final walk

And look who I bumped into after the show outside the tents…

It’s Sham from one of my fave blogs LateBoots.com!  She’s a very cool girl who was nice enough to take a pic with me.  Don’t forget to checkout her blog.

~Vuitton

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