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Designing husband Max Azria and his wife Lubov unveiled 34 new looks in traditional silhouettes with autumnal blocks of color
Joining two seemingly divergent worlds, the post-Earthquake state of Haiti with the designer’s unmistakable urban glamour
Sartorial sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy cited dual influences, the animated Disney classic Sleeping Beauty and Vincent Van Gogh, noting a correlation between the color stories of each
Last autumn, Monique Lhuillier showed us her sultry side and this season, she developed that provocatively sexy direction even further
Tadashi Shoji pays homage to the enchanting beauty and splendor of the tulip
Rebecca Taylor reinterpreted and elevated the 70’s undercurrent of a bohemian spirit with a sophisticated palette, asymmetrical hemlines, and modernized patchwork
Memories of Africa, the rustic modernism of the Lebombo Lodge, an easy laid back attitude, and raw beauty with a luxe savage inspired the collection’s understated glamour
Max and Lubov Azria chose fluid silhouettes and weightless fabrics in a saturated palette to embody the season’s fresh energy
This season Vera Wang invited us to follow her down the sartorial rabbit hole with childlike curiosity, further exploring and discovering that which makes effortless all-at-once sophisticated
While white was predominantly featured on the Spring 2012 Runways, the highly saturated palette of daffodil, chartreuse, cobalt, and begonia revitalized the designer’s signature embroideries and lace
The collection’s inspirations were the Rat Pack, high voltage, and maharaja
Paradoxical juxtapositions of brights with neutrals, hard with soft, and as we saw in this collection the more “athletic sophisticate,” provide a marriage made in heaven
This edited collection of 20 looks focused on red-carpet glamour with a series of draped goddess gowns and flirty cocktail frocks
For Spring 2012, vividly bright caftans, gowns, and jumpsuits in a medley of tropical prints were the order of the day
As only Ms. von Furstenberg, fashion’s mother of reinvention, can she has woven life’s sartorial tapestry for today’s renaissance woman.
Wrap belts, panel detailing, and faille inserts helped to define the collection’s feminine silhouette.
We're magnificently obsessed with Mark Badgley and James Mischka's architectural silhouettes and impressionist-like prints.
L.A.'s fashion set is friend of friend gigs; art predominating bright lights screaming collection debuts. With eco-friendly lines like Kucoon, L E K U I N, and Bel Kazan, we were more focused on the clothes than paying an electric bill at Tamarind
A Donna full of passion. Flowing silhuettes. A Donna that loves to dance!
Oroton, has a great history on fashion accessories and leather handbags. For the Spring/Summer 2012 collection, Oroton continues its royal affair titled Caroline on the Left Bank.