I was honestly very excited about the Herve Leger Fall 2010 presentation.

Firstly to see how Max Azria reinvigorates that now infamous bandage dress, and secondly to see who would be in the front row.

I was keen to see something new and interesting and this was presented via the laces woven into the dresses, and pieces with exaggerated hips.

The dresses were strapless, asymmetrical, half bandage/half lurex, ruffled and beaded.

Apart from bandage mini dresses we also saw coats, bodysuits, bandage pants, laced bandaged tops and slashed boots.

I did like many of the pieces. The collection walked a fine line between sophistication and urban edge.

I can see them being very popular with fans like Diane Kruger, Miley Cyrus and the rest of young Hollywood.

Dazed Editor Susie Bubble – who was seated behind me – broke etiquette by jumping in front of my video as I was filming the finale and ruined it unfortunately.

Sophia Bush was there wearing a futuristic Herve Leger dress.

Maggie Q is even more petite in real life. Her blue strapless bandage dress really popped in the front row, but she should’ve gone up one size to an xxs.

A bandage dress with tights??? Come on Tinsley Mortimer.

Alison Brie has been front row at a lot of shows I’ve attended, but I had to google her to find out who she was.

Jessica Szohr was carrying the Gossip Girl torch wearing a black blue striped bandage dress.

Unfortunately most of the celebs at Fashion Week are not generating much excitement.

Where’s Blake Lively and Leighton Meester?

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