Saturday, September 6, 2008

Sick Sick Savant

Yesterday night, Six Six Sick alum, Feng Feng Yeh presented Savant, her first collection of women's wear.  Nurtured in part by designer and fellow nightlife luminary Benjamin Cho, Feng Feng decided to pursue her own design ambitions after working on many of his shows, as well as doing interning stints at Calvin Klein and Narcisco Rodriguez.  Of course, I believe the final push was designing outfits every Tuesday night for Six Six Sick, and the results are all spectacular finished versions of things we would love to wear out at one of our nights.  If Martin Margiela had a feminine sister, this would be it.  The clothes were incredibly fashion forward, featuring a hot pink caged pencil skirt, and a set of ivory caged high waisted pants, which were two of my favorite pieces in the entire collection.  That said, I am a Six Six Sick Girl, and I have a feeling that few other women would be brave enough to wear something so completely revealing.  Even so, the majority of the collection is highly wearable, and retains a playful, figure-flattering sensibility.

The caged hot pink elastic high waisted pencil skirt, worn over a body shaper, and a white sleeveless shirt.

One of two playful rompers, here worn with an elastic harness top.

Six of the nine looks presented.
Post-show hugs with Feng Feng and David.  

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jana said...

I love that hot pink caged skirt!

Twobreadsplease said...

I agree, that pink cage skirt is so pretty! I'd have so much fun with that. I like the elastic harness top too. Mmm, it's definitely a tasty first collection.

Melanie xxx