The Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2012 collection marked yet another designer's end at the fashion house. Just weeks after parting ways with Giles Deacon, who was only there for a year and a half, after previously taking over for Lindsay Lohan's catastrophic run (let's pretend that debacle never happened, shall we?), Ungaro presented its spring 2012 collection to generally positive reviews.
The Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2012 collection was fairly simple, especially for an Ungaro show, but with the chaos that has been surrounding the brand for a couple of years now, perhaps that's a good thing. Actually, it is definitely a good thing.
The collection was wearable, the abstract floral prints were interesting, and cocktail dresses were easy and appropriately cinched at the waist with a thin belt. Sure, nothing mind-blowingly out-there was sent down the runway, but prints are safe, and right now, Ungaro just can't afford to take risks.
Here's hoping Giles Deacon's replacement changes all of that at the house of Emanuel Ungaro.