Vivienne Tam moved out of her comfort zone for fall. Sure, she still had riffs of Asian-inspired pieces such as the “Mao letter” wrap dress and a red “Mao” coat, but this time around, she focused on the punk movement with a touch of Pop Art. The result was a mash-up of ideas from leather tops with zipper details to tartan plaid pants to leather pleated panel skirts and even a “pop culture Obama” print on dresses. With so much going on, it seems the designer is struggling with how to mix tradition and rebellion.

Vivienne Tam moved out of her comfort zone for fall. Sure, she still had riffs of Asian-inspired pieces such as the “Mao letter” wrap dress and a red “Mao” coat, but this time around, she focused on the punk movement with a touch of Pop Art. The result was a mash-up of ideas from leather tops with zipper details to tartan plaid pants to leather pleated panel skirts and even a “pop culture Obama” print on dresses. With so much going on, it seems the designer is struggling with how to mix tradition and rebellion.

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