Hijab Inspirations from New York Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2010: Richard Chai and Charlotte Ronson ~ FashFaith.com

February 15, 2010

February 15, 2010

Hijab Inspirations from New York Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2010: Richard Chai and Charlotte Ronson

Richard Chai: Lots and Lots of Layering


This week's Hijab Inspirations come from the runway at the Richard Chai Fall 2010 Fashion Show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at The Promenade at Bryant Park on February 11, 2010 in New York City.

This time on the runway Fashion Show, Richard Chai offers a great selection from his Fall Collection. There were lots and lots of layering, with wide silky trousers slung beneath grey woollen turtle-neck knits, and chiffon dresses thrown over long-sleeved blouses. Layered with a sweater, a vest, or a neat well-tailored blazer. Models stomped down the runway in Timberland Boot Company's lace-up shoes.

Richard Chai - Runway - Fall 2010 MBFW



Richard Chai - Runway - Fall 2010 MBFW

Richard Chai - Runway - Fall 2010 MBFW
Richard Chai - Runway - Fall 2010 MBFW


Richard Chai - Runway - Fall 2010 MBFW
Richard Chai - Runway - Fall 2010 MBFW



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Richard Chai - Runway - Fall 2010 MBFW

You can get many of style inspirations from these looks.

What do you think about Richard Chai Fall 2010 collection?



















Images from: picapp.com



And... My favorite Fall 2010 Collection is from

Charlotte Ronson: Girlie and Free-Flowing


I loooove all of her this Fall collection. Almost all of her Fall 2010 collection are very Hijab-Friendly. Here are my favorites:

Charlotte Ronson Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear
Charlotte Ronson Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear


Charlotte Ronson Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear
Charlotte Ronson Fall 2010 Ready-to-WearCharlotte Ronson Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear


Charlotte Ronson Fall 2010 Ready-to-WearCharlotte Ronson Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear


Charlotte Ronson Fall 2010 Ready-to-WearCharlotte Ronson Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear

Charlotte Ronson's Fall 2010 collection was girlie and free flowing. Pleated silk skirts, shiny harem pants, fringed scarves, and khaki tunics were accompanied by headscarves and knee-high riding boots.  

The colors ranging from black, grey, blue, orange, pink, to white. 

See her complete collection here.


What do you think about these styles?



Images via: style.com




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3 comments:

ice blended vanilla said...

cool ^^

designer said...

Salam, Rania :)

Just found your blog, it's very interesting!

I'm a hijabi myself and sometimes feel there's more effort for me to look good yet modest.

You gotta admit sometimes the layering stuff just don't work well in our tropical climate, even if u use some cotton or other light weight fabric material.

Yet again, no pain no gain, right :D

iNa

Rania said...

Dear Designer/iNa, thanks for visiting my blog... :)

This layering stuff post especially is meant to be a hijab inspiration for muslimah from four-seasons countries which have a winter and autumn season.

For us who live in tropical countries definitely these layering styles are not our best choice... :) We have to work harder to deal with this covered style. It's our challenge to find one layered tops that is modest yet stylish, and to use a comfort fabric for it. I think it's a bit hard for being chic & stylish without do layering, because usually this layering stuff will spice up our appearance...

The collection from Charlotte Ronson I think are more suitable for us. There are several style with just one layer and with light-weight fabrics.

The pastel color and looser style also would be fitter to hot weather compared with the dark colours and tighter clothes.

Perhaps we should create one layered clothes that will look like an outfit with lots of layers... ^_^

I have featured an article from GoGirl! Magazine about: how we could deal with our hot weather... find it on the 'tips & tricks' blog's category.

Hope this would be helpful for you... ^_^

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