September 13, 2010 New York
Still, the Latin American nation left a ghostly trace on Théallet's beautiful and infinitely wearable collection. There were peasant blouses and skirts with a single tightly controlled tier of pleats, and liberal use of traditional lace, culminating couture-style in the final look of a bride. Models were styled with a Kahlo-esque chignon and crimson lips. But Théallet considers her collection a slow-boiling evolution immune to trends. Here, bohemian printed sundresses, and variations on a breezy, loose silhouette that gently gathered at the waist, followed right in line with what she's been doing confidently since day one.