NEW YORK, Sep 11, 2009 / FW/ — The Twinkle by Wenlan Spring 2010 collection was clearly an artistic presentation full of clashing geometric prints that successfully came together as one flattering ensemble.
The majority of the looks included leggings full of graphic pattern making it seem as though art deco was painted on their legs.
Seemingly inspired by urban life and modern art, designer Wenlan Chia used a lot of primary colors and toned it down with black and white prints.
The girl who wears Twinkle has a punk rock air about her, especially if she is sporting one of the glam rock dresses. The jewelry was not intended to be hidden into this line, but rather it was used to make a statement.
Neon chunks of color, the contrast of shiny and dull, and brights with muted colors creates great interest. This line overall exhibited a successful concept and image.
Photos courtesy of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week