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Fashion designer Nathalie Rykiel showcased her latest fashion for Fall/Winter 2010 Collection. Check it out on http://www.WatchMojo.com.
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Sonia Rykiel 2010 Fall/Winter Collection
Ellen Von Unwerth: I always love Sonia Rykiel because it’s always very feminine and very fun and the girls are kind of really happy and so, you know I'm looking forward to something like that.
Fan Bingbing: I like -- I like everything Sonia, really so --
Susan Cernek: I think I'm just really to have a good time. I feel like all of the Rykiel Shows, it’s always buoyant. It’s always upbeat, it’s always true form sense.
Beth Ditto: I'm so excited but I don’t know how to say that in French.
Nathalie Rykiel: It is nearly packed so a hit to keep people waiting. So I'm never so go along.
Male: Are you ready?
Nathalie Rykiel: Okay.
Male: Let’s go with you.
Nathalie Rykiel: And smile, okay.
Male: Okay, line up.
Irana Lazareanu: I thought it was great, good energy too.
Anna Dello Russo: It’s really feminine, really a kind of Scotch-French called with differentia.
Michael Roberts: Very French and very Sonia Rykiel.
Bambou: So full of joy, yes.
Mickey Green: It’s just intense femininity.
Coeur De Pirate: It was amazing, it was so touching and I love how it was like winter but not that much to felt like fall especially with the beige and they’re really light fabric, it was great, I love it.
Sonia Roland: It’s so beautiful, it’s so fresh, the girls are smiling so it’s cool. I really love it.
Ashley Ashoff: I love those super colors. I would have pretty much everything in the collection.
Nathalie Rykiel: We kept what Rykiel is, the treat of that woman, the sophistication, the perkiness you know and try to make her completely in the times.
Susan Tabak: She has sort of maintained the family name, the family mark but she’s added her own style, her own stint and I think it’s worked.
Sonia Roland: Oh, it saves a family affair and it’s beautiful, it’s wonderful like that, it’s wonderful.
Sonia Rykiel: We’re so destined to work with my daughter because she’s so intelligent and she’s like me. We understand together very well and that is fantastic.