The cocktail dress accessories breathed wit
The accessories label under Brazilian megabrand Osklen delivered an all-leather take on a
1960s-era aviation prom dress, sending out models in
blue, nude, orange and gold lame shift prom dress.
There was a clean, graphic appeal to the clothes, though a few of the pieces — like a pair
of leather coveralls that folded awkwardly at the crotch as the model walked — looked like
they'd be more comfortable on a hanger than on a human body.
The accessories breathed wit: Neck pillows were fitted out with straps and carried as
purses, while lunch bags in translucent plastic served as clutches. The jewelry included
gilded pilot wing pins.
Soft drinks in space was the theme of the collection by Coca Cola Clothing, an apparel
license of Atlanta-based drink company. The presentation opened with a light show featuring
a giant Coke bottle shooting into orbit, and the clothes that followed looked like what the
crew on this unusual intergalactic craft might wear: moon boots emblazoned with Coke's
cursive label and fluorescent shift dresses like space prom