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Top Ten Collections of Spring 2010

WWD picks the top collections for spring.

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WWD Collections issue 11/09/2009

It was a splendid spring as the best runways served up fantasy, futurism, fabulous far living and plenty of panache. Here, WWD‘s top 10 collections

 

Alberta Ferretti went modern Edwardian with a collection that married romance and sophistication.

 

 

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Nicolas Ghesquiere returned to his adventurous roots, flaunting rock ’n’ roll bravado and edgy futurism.

 

 

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Karl Lagerfeld celebrated country life with wit, style and the chicest clogs ever to stomp rural grounds.

 

 

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Donna Karan spun urbane chic and artsy emotion into a mesmerizing collection.

 

 

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Jason Wu leaped forward with a polished lineup inspired by Tim Burton and artist Tara Donovan.

 

 

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It was Pierrot meets G.I. Joe meets geisha girl in Marc Jacobs’ audacious collection, full of frills, froth and fantasy.

 

 

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Angela Missoni channeled her house’s signature knits into a breathtaking haute-hippie affair.

 


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Oscar de la Renta went elegant and eclectic with riffs on safari, the Seventies and Goya-era Spain.

 

 

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Floral frocks and sleek tailoring—Stella McCartney worked two sides of chic to strong effect.

 

 

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Donatella Versace went archival sexy in a feisty, flashy collection with a nod to Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland.”

 


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