Cho Cheng Spring 2010

chochengCho Cheng Spring/Summer 2010
Cho Cheng’s show was inspired by “a whimsical potpourri of the Japanese obi, Federico Fellini and Holly Golightly”. It was a sophisticated high-quality line definitely geared toward his loyal following of high profile clients. Luxurious fabrics were used like silk crepe, organza, satin, cotton sateen and a light wool crepe for jackets. A ruffle-like detail made of hand-fashioned silk petals was applied to the neckline, sleeves, cuffs and the front of dresses and honestly got a bit tiresome. The collection was predominately black and ivory, except for a finale of blue and cream evening dresses that were seemingly inspired by Tiffany boxes and included a grand finale white satin empire gown modeled by Coco Rocha. Some favorite looks include a sexy, yet classy black silk satin deep V-back dress and black tuxedo jacket with a silk vest.
-Maria Giannakakis
-Photos by Stevyn Llewellyn