Saturday, March 10, 2012

The Fall Collections- Part 2

{Dolce & Gabbana}

I honestly wanted to do a cartwheel with a back flip for EVERY single piece of clothing that went down the runway, in this beautiful D&G collection! The inspiration taken from the old world renaissance and baroque style was beautifully transformed into a modern day feminine style. It is just breathtaking!

Just like Veruca Salt, I WANT IT ALL!

Usually there are maybe a handful of pieces within a collection that you would proudly wear on the street, with this Dolce & Gabbana collection, I swear I would wear every single piece!

{Alice and Olivia}

Another usual favorite of mine, Stacey Bendet never disappoints with her vintage inspired aesthetic and pretty color combinations.

{Kate Spade}

Anytime I see anything Kate Spade, it makes me happy, warm and fuzzy inside- always!


1960s inspired cuts, bold color and geometric patterns.


Military style coats, that were inspired by the uniform of the World War II solider.


One word: Romance

Oh I suppose I could go on and on and on, so I will only post a few more. There was just so much goodness and style happening, with so many designers. Over all, there were several beautiful collections, that did an amazing job incorporating inspiration, elements and silhouettes from the past and owning it! The 1960s era and feminine details were huge on the radar this year and I am, well...happy about that! Here are a few more short snaps...

{Chris Benz}

Another colorful show, that was inspired by the ladylike-ness of the 1960s.

{Elie Saab}

{Giambattista Valli}


{Isabel Marant}

A collection after my own Arizona girl heart! Isabel's collection was inspired by western wear fashions, ranch life and cowgirls. A modern take on the original 1940s gabardine western shirt, was in full force.

{Lela Rose}

{Jean Paul Gaultier}

An entire collection inspired by graffiti and street art (my husband was thrilled).


I just fell in love with the whole 1960s vibe of this collection, so fun!



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