Gets it Right
PARIS , March 5, 2005 - One of the unexpected bright spots of
Paris fashion week was the Yoichi Nagasawa show on Saturday afternoon.
If you are interested in poetic grace, you need look no further than the Japanese
designer's pale tulle skirt à la Degas Danse Bleue. If you
are interested in wit, take a glance at the birdcage dress with tiny little
canaries hidden between the folds. If you are looking for creativity,
try the abstract print tights sewn into tennis shoes. If you like beauty, see
the crochet tops and the diagonally layered skirts.
New age raindrops gave way to Debussy's Claire de Lune, as the soundtrack reduced
stress as gently as a good masseur's hands. After a week riddled with ill-conceived
collections aimed at selling over-priced junk to over-saturated consumers,
an artistically styled show with creative savoir-faire was just what the doctor