Good God, these clothes are all over the place. And I love it; from head to toe, the pieces work on their own and within the context of an overall look. Anna Sui made a line that is youthful without being restricted to making sense on women under thirty. The pattern mix n’ matching is cheeky without being garish. The influences are certainly diverse, even contradictory, but it is a credit to Sui’s command of her own eclectic vision that the end result translates into one of the season’s most exuberant, joyous collections.
And not like it matters (or is a surprise), but Naomi totally wins this round of Who Wore it Best:
Word from the wise (and Rachel Zoe clearly doesn't count)-- don't wear a designer's signature fall piece to the same designer's spring show.