OK!'s Fashion Week Blog: BCBG Max Azria


Sep. 10 2010, Published 8:25 a.m. ET

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Can’t make it to NYC for Fashion Week? Don’t worry, OK!’s got you covered! We’ll be hitting all the big shows and reporting back right here, every day, as soon as we tear our eyes off the runway! We hit up BCBG Max Azria today, to catch all of the beautiful Spring 2011 designs!

SHOW: BCBG Max Azria

WHEN: Sept. 10

WHO: Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, Kelly Rowland, Alison Brie, Katrina Bowden

FASHION: Effortless, timeless and clean silhouettes graced the runway. Minimalism dresses that cascade in and has an airy flow. Embroidered and laser cut pieces softened in delicate fabrics, creating a fluid shape.

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BEAUTY: The models had sleek pulled back pony tails. Makeup was clean and fresh, neutral.

COLOR/OVERHEAD: Ashlee opted for a casual look from BCBG, wearing faded denim jeans and a black leather jacket.

The singer was a huge fan of the designs.

"I think he is so talented. He really knows how to fit a woman’s body," Ashlee told reporters at the show. "And I think it’s youthful and sexy at the same time. Any woman looks great in it, and that’s what he’s talented at, making all shapes and sizes look beautiful.”

Busy with her career and being a mom to baby Bronx, Ashlee doesn't have to much time to pamper herself or to devote to getting ready in the morning!

"I just love to throw things on. I’m still a ballet flats and jeans kind of girl," the singer said. "I love vintage wear as well. I to throw on a beautiful dress every now and then, who doesn’t like to get dressed up so that’s always nice."

Pete Wentz
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Ashlee, along with her hubby Pete Wentz, supported big sister Jessica Simpson early this week at her jeanswear collection debut.

So does Ash have fashion aspirations like her sister?

"I would love to do a clothing line. I don’t know that it’s going to be denim, but my best friend and I who have grown up together we definitely talked about it. We’ll see."

By Niria Portella


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