You know that horrible, creeping feeling you get when you realize that the clothes of your youth have slowly come back into fashion? At 28 years old, this has finally happened to me as the nineties have come back into vogue. And now, LINE's fall/winter 2011 collection is my teen years incarnate.
The knitwear giant filled its fall line with bohemian grunge trademarks, from chunky multi-colour cableknit maxidresses and pastel silk poet blouses to slate-blue cords and crocheted everything.
Line is definitely my favourite show so far this season. I straight-up loved it. I gushed. I squealed. I loooooved it. On to the clothes: John Muscat and Jennifer Wells' show great talent in their cuts and fabric choices, whether it's the perfectly clinging shredded poly-disco minidress in a rich salmon or a insouciant pair of wide-legged micro-dot-mesh leather or suede gauchos. The pieces were like ones I'd never really seen before - such originality inspires a shiver of delight, really.