We have just returned from a desperately needed editor's re-see of the Twinkle By Wenlan Fall 2010 bevy, for the runway show at Bryant Park didn't nearly do the collection justice.
Though the showroom may have been a tad bit toasty, the heat couldn't stop us from wanting to run and jump into the Twinkle By Wenlan bedding decor and wrap ourselves in the strings of yarn the label offers for ordering.
The staff coordinated a stellar presentation of the Fall and Pre-Fall 2010 looks for editors' and buyers' viewing pleasure. Observing the garments up close and personal, we were amazed by the quirky and admirable details that we didn't catch from our seats at the runway show. For example, a one crew-neck mesh dress (with prints along the mid-drift) came equipped with thumb holes at the end of the sleeves.
Although it was great to get an up-close look at the cutout and lingerie detailing in the bevy, we were especially enticed by the jewelry presentation. Enviable jewelry trends, like layers of chains overloaded with charms, were given new life with a delicate edge.
A label known for its signature knitwear, Twinkle By Wenlan offers needle-savvy fans the chance to DIY. The company has published 4 books featuring sewing or knitting patterns and instructions to make your own garments from Twinkle's prior collections.
We must say, although we didn't initially anticipate such a pleasant presentation, an up-close look really changed our views on the Fall 2010 bevy.