Anna Dello Russo is known for her over the top outfits. Her larger than life personality and theatrics have made her a staple on street style blogs during fashion week. Recently she collaborated with H&M to create an affordable accessories line. The collection, much like her, is over the top and features mostly costume jewelry, shoes, sunglasses, and a small luggage set. The line was released yesterday and I managed to snag a few pieces. Hopefully you were too, if not I do have an extra suitcase and clutch for sale right now. There’s definitely a lot of inspiration to be found in this collection.
Antonio Azzuolo is known for his structured jackets and impeccable tailoring. For his Spring collection he presented more of the same but in exceptional jacquard prints and a little less structure (which should bring the price down a bit but not enough for me to be able to afford it) I’ve been a fan of his since I saw him on the series following the CFDA fashion fund nominees but I really wish he would stop trying to make this kimono thing happen.
Rachel Zoe’s aesthetic is instantly recognizable and it’s starting to become a bit expected. The woman loves pant suits and maxi dresses with hemlines that graze the floor. I loved the belted blazers over dresses but I’m still on the fence over her chic interpretation of the fanny pack. Overall the collection had a bohemian west coast feel that looks as if Rachel just pulled her own clothing out of her closet and sent it down the Runway.
Zac Posen’s spring 2013 collection, like most of his previous collections, drew inspiration from eras gone by. Some might say it’s nothing new and while a few pieces left me wanting more his bread and butter are clearly his ball gowns. Award season is around the corner and I can already picture an actress gliding down the red carpet in one of his creations. (especially that green gown)
This Marc by Marc Jacobs collection was out there yet wearable. A definite hit with the brand’s younger trendy customer. The collection has an 80’s esque vibe with extremely bold patterns (a bit reminiscent of a few pieces from the Louis Vuitton spring 2012 men’s collection) and lots of layering. These are just a few of my favorite looks but you can watch the whole show in my previous post here.