Alexandre Herchcovitch may not be the most well known designer in America, but his line has been around and well for quite some time. The Brazilian native has been a fashion camillion- sometimes acting as a classy sportswear designer and sometimes as a avant-garde designer depending on how he (and the economy) is feeling.
The fall 2010 collection seemed to be designed for a more urban flower child. None of the clothes were too trendy, but there were a few over the top 'now' pieces only a select few could ever pull off. There were draped chains over dresses and coats, fishnet or bright blue stockings on all the models, and spiffy heard pieces that were somewhere in between a head band and a hat. For the most part, the clothes were pretty basic with a twist (studded mountain man plaid shirts, bejeweled tailored coats, furry stiletto boots), save for a minute group of pieces that were hard to imagine ever being attractive. My favorite look would have to be the '70s print suit or the dress with the many cutouts filled in with netting (with the jacket of the suit on top).