Spring 2007 Ready-to-Wear
September 12, 2006 New York
Yes, that was Kirsten Dunst, one of Hollywood¿s hottest properties, sitting quietly at her pal Stephanie Schur¿s first runway show with not a paparazzo in sight. The under-the-radar L.A. label, Michon Schur, is just a few seasons old, but give the girl time and she¿ll have a front row full of starlets. Her subtle, self-assured spring collection offered plenty for a young red-carpet regular to like, from a brief A-line shift with this season¿s lantern sleeves to an easy, floor-length silk Jacquard dress in the color of the moment, navy. Both were shown with flat sandalsSchur knows firsthand about left-coast casual. Though a white shirtgown did veer toward dowdy, it was easily forgotten among chicer options like a ruffle-shouldered sheath that dipped low in the back and a one-shoulder number with a flippy skirt. Here's guessing we¿ll see one of these during Dunst's Marie Antoinette junkets.