Thursday, February 16, 2012

New York Fashion Week Favs FW 2012: Part Three

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Oscar De La Renta // Ultra glamorous and deliciously feminine!! Oscar sent out numerous of...Oscar worthy looks for every lady no matter what age. From sky blue hues, to power pinks and neutrals, ODLR's FW 2012 collection broughout light layering ensembles, ladylike hemlines and chandelier jewelry prints. The accessories complimented the princess like looks with crystal-encrusted headbands and beautiful jewelry such as a drop and chandelier earrings. Luxurious fabrics of silk, fur, lace, chiffon and cashmere brought a playfully chic ambiance to NYFW's FW 2012 season. View the full collection here.

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Anna Sui // My love of fashion truly comes from Ms. Sui. I've mentioned it before, but Anna is really the one that got me to grow my passion for fashion after viewing her collections years ago when Naomi Campbell opened and closed her shows every season. I remember being mesmerized by her personality and thought process when her and Marc Jacobs were interviewing each other. Anna's fans are always loyal like Coco Rocha and Karen Elson, but her designs really do cater to those particular fashion lovers that love to play with Victorian inspired pieces with a modern but always fun print. I was totally feeling the collections 60's Twiggy vibe, and those owl beanies?! Super kuwaii. View the full collection here.

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J Mendel // With the Oscars on it's way, I'm sure we'll be seeing tons of J Mendel fresh from the runway after showcasing slinky gowns, lush fur coats and tweed dresses for the new season. From greys, black, ivory, canary yellows, champagne and purple hues, Giles Mendel created several different looks from fun and flirty to floor length show stoppers. Ugh and those ensembles with fur vests and coats?!!! DIE. View the full collection here.

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Proenza Schouler // Lazaro and Jack took their FW 2012 collection to a much harder and structured route compared to their island printed Flintstone inspired SS 2012 collection. The PS girl showcased androgynous shapes with asymmetrical necklines and very "Balenciaga" like hemlines. I really do adore the play on proportion, but I do see a lot of references coming from Balenciaga, but who knows I may be wrong since PS has been known for their shapes and lines. The Japanese inspired silhouettes with Eastern Asian prints towards the end of the show were completely flawless; elegantly sporty, modern, classic, and youthful. View the full collection here.

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