Sunday, September 30, 2012

Emily Muller Spring 2013 at Boston Fashion Week

[all photos by The Well-Appointed Catwalk]

It was a much more feminine showing from Emily Muller this time around at the Tent, and it turns out that chiffon suits her just fine. Contrasting the sheer material against panels of silk and a pale marbelized print, she sent a sea of muted hues down the runway, punctuated by a brilliant shade of peacock blue.

Dresses gathered at the empire waist played up a prairie-girl aesthetic that was matched by the hair accessories: cloth draped across fishtail braids and resembling rosettes from head-on. 

But Muller's edgy side wasn't entirely absent. The parachute straps of last spring showed up on one silk frock, and chains hung across some of the model's braids. It wasn't clear if these metal adornments were made by Sophie Hughes, but the jewelry designer's work topped off each look, adding her minimalist modernism to the show.

The absence of separates in the collection places it squarely in wedding guest territory, but at the very least, we'll have plenty of lovely options to choose from come May.

*UPDATE: I've been informed that the hairpieces were made by Alana Ryan of Maxine in Trousers.


  1. pretty! love the last one best of all! a runway made up entirely of dresses is not a problem with me! i hate separates!


  2. oh wow I love this collection! I want them all!

  3. All of the hairpieces were made by designer Alana Ryan of Maxine in Trousers

  4. Thanks for letting me know, Alana! They're gorgeous!