I dare you to watch this and resist tapping a toe or bopping your head — this song is catchy as sh@t. It achieved worldwide fame because of the '90s defining film Reality Bites, but I remember hearing this as a wee lassie. It still makes me shimmy in my seat. The simplistic set — stark white walls, and shirts, with stripes of black — was the right call. With such a rockin' song there's no need for special effects and eye candy. It's all about the song and that cute guitarist with shaggy, curly hair. My Sharona!
The Calvin girl for Spring is quite a will-'o-the-wisp. The collection was very ephemeral and barely there, and the cuts were of the essential Calvin Klein persuasion. There were no frills, no muss, just clean, minimal pieces.
Pretty watered-down shades of blue, pink, yellow, gray, nude, and white, along with a few green pieces formed designer Francisco Costa's color palette. Everything was pure and fresh, from the green calf-length shift dress to the cream kimono-inspired jacket.
The essence of Calvin is here to stay, and I'm not going to complain - it's so elegant! I'm loving the streamlined look for Spring, it's so effortless.
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