1. This saffron and mud sheath is strangely enticing, despite the fact that it features a prominent head on the bottom. The short length and the fitted silhouette make it work, to borrow Tim Gunn's motto.
2. This is a strapless version of the above design, without the garish tribal head staring at you. Unfortunately, it appears somewhat frumpy despite the extra swath of exposed skin at the top:
3. Moth-eaten holes appeared as a running motif throughout her collection, which would normally have me--and my grandmother--running for the proverbial hills. Yet the deconstructed look, which I can only stomach in certain looks (like a Yigal Azrouel dress I have which features loose gold threads over a fitted white sheath), is cooler than cool here:
4. And now for the bags--which were exceptionally fantastic. This camel, milk chocolate, and dark chocolate bag is better suited for fall than spring, but it nevertheless has a cool chic quotient that can't be denied:
This cranberry whipsnake satchel is to die for:
...And it is downright capable of producing mobs of desperate fashionistas in a white/gray version (*I must have this bag!*):
5. Prada's shoes are always a delight because of their capacity to surprise.
These merlot python T-straps are fantastic staples for any wardrobe: