New York Fashion Week has officially kicked off with its Spring 2012 collections, and the Imitation Spring 2012 presentation started things off with a bang. The show was held in a churchlike setting, with models walking down a runway covered in white rose petals resembling a gorgeous wedding ceremony.
The collection is perfect for spring, with nudes, soft pinks, lace, ruffles and pleats dominating the entire line. Delicate floral prints also play up the softness of the clothing, as opposed to the graphic florals that were so prominent in previous fall collections.
The Imitation Spring 2012 was full of show-stopping pieces, but my favorite has to be the nude and pale pink mullet dress. While I am not normally a fan of mullet dresses (or mullet anything, really), this one is breathtakingly gorgeous. As someone whose wardrobe is dominated by black and gray clothing, I must admit that the Imitation Spring 2012 is definitely something everyone can appreciate. The delicate, feminine frocks are impossible to ignore.