Badgley Mishka F/W 2012

Feb. 14, 2012- Badgley Mishka runway set included a snowy, New York scene to depict their glamourous line as being perfect for snowy, cold weather.

Metallic was consistent through each piece, either through material, color, or embellishment. Badgley Mishka also richened looks by adding fur garments to certain outfits. The outfits reflected a disco era mixed with the old hollywood glamour the designer is line is known for.

Badgley Mishka is normally known for its beautiful gowns, but with a very obvious stitching error on the runway, I must say its jackets and pant were the lines strongest points.

The hair was teased to reminisce a disco age in the 1970’s, make up was dark with wine tinted lipstick.

Here are my favorite looks:

Badgley Mishka’s talented designers, Mark Badgley & James Mishka, joined forces in 1988 to create their timeless, 1940’s inspired fashion line. The two met while studying at Parsons School of Design, in New York City. Badgley previously designed for Donna Karan and  Mischka designed for WilliWear WilliSmith.

What did you think of Badgley Mishka’s F/W 2012 collection?

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