February 02, 2008 New York
It'll probably never happen, but just knowing that we have options on Super Tuesday is what Bradley's so excited about. Aptly, his Fall lineup was wide-ranging. There were nipped-waist coat-dresses that flared to the knee; prim-and-proper first lady suits à la Jackie; fitted sweaters worn with long, full skirts; and a trio of robes de chambre, each with a rich lamé glint. An abstract-print pink and brown chiffon dress topped by a tangerine vest made from what looked like tapestry fabric put the spotlight on the designer's keen sense of color. Not every look here was a vote-getter, but it was hard not to get behind Bradley's newfound enthusiasm.