BCBGMaxAzria Fall Winter 2015: Neutrals with Pops of Colour

It’s interesting.  When I first started writing about BCBG, the runway pieces were very different from what one might see in the boutiques.  It’s changed since Max Azria got rid of his namesake line to concentrate exclusively on BCBG and… Continue Reading

BCBGMaxAzria: Soft, Flowy and Best of All, Petite-Friendly

…for the most part, anyway.  And perhaps they’ve heard enough complaints from people like yours truly!  Traditionally, the “runway collection” presented at New York Fashion Week was very artistic, and definitely not wearable by the vast majority.  However, the same… Continue Reading

BCBG’s Spring/Summer 2014 Collection – Wearable Art, Not Flattering on Most

I have to admit that I have a love-hate relationship with BCBG.  In my 20s, I would purchase at least one jersey dress a summer.  I still have most of the dresses, so my BCBG collection dates back to the… Continue Reading

Basic Summer Outfits: Dresses and Lightweight Jeans

With the temperatures well into the mid-20s Celsius, it’s time to turn over to a permanent summer wardrobe – something that I will be wearing for the next few months.  Because it can get quite humid in Toronto in the… Continue Reading

BCBGMaxAzria Goes Grunge for Fall 2013

BCBGMaxAzria is heading back to the early 90s with the Fall/Winter 2013 collection.  Long loose tunics and dresses, accompanied with skinny jeans and sloppy styles gives off a grungy vibe, though definitely more updated.  The look is a little neater,… Continue Reading

BCBGMaxAzria F/W 2012: Yay or Nay?

So New York’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week started yesterday, presenting collections for the upcoming Fall/Winter 2012 season.  As with previous seasons, many of the shows were streamed online, including BCBGMaxAzria.  Though I really like the colour blocking, palette and found the designs to be better than past seasons, the skirt lengths, as usual, were really more […] Continue Reading

BCBG is about Neutral Colour Blocking

I am actually okay with the upcoming Fall/Winter 2012-2013 collection.  This is pleasantly surprising as the past few seasons haven’t been that great.  The fall collection is full of neutrals, with oranges continuing to be dominant.  Colour-blocking is strong as… Continue Reading