March 4, Paris, Phoebe Philo created the most amazing coats(in addition to a very sporty line) for Celine’s Fall 2012 ready to wear collection. The bright colors paired with a black or navy base really allow each piece to stand out.
Because Jeremy Scott is one of my all time favorite fashion designers, I have to honor him by featuring his work. Typically I look forward to seeing Jeremy’s collaboration with Longchamp, as he gives front-row guests the new bag for the season. But I haven’t been able to find a picture of this season’s tote (I will definitely post it once I find). This collection seems to be inspired by the 90s, rainbows, and the internet –a crazy combination that can only manifest itself in the most avant garde way, a way that only Jeremy can contrive. I’m not sure how wearable this collection is, but it pulled high-profile models and celebrity guests alike. Here are a few highlights, and if you’re interested you can check out the rest of the collection here.
Dudley O’Shaughnessy (recognize him?)
So far, this is my favorite collection (but Jeremy Scott is showing today…), Oscar used the most beautiful colors to warm up his fall collection. In addition to dark hues, the collection featured a large selection of pastel pinks and blues. There are a lot of different looks presented, and as usual the show ended with beautiful, over-the-top ball gowns….Oscar gowns. When I first looked at the collection the obvious thing for me was the 60s-woman silhouettes, pinned hair with jeweled headbands, fishnets, and the printed-jewels.
Here is the entire collection.
I’ve never featured anything by Victoria Beckham on the blog but that has been an oversight on my part. Her clothes are beautifully constructed and adored by many. Long and slender silhouettes elongate even the slimmest of models, much like Victoria herself. Mrs. Posh also released a picture of her new “Harper” bag yesterday, sure to be the “it” bag of this fall season.
Rest of collection is here.
Though I find Kate Spade to be a little conservative for my style (and by that I mean not enough black in their line), I found myself really liking their collection for Fall 2012. Known for producing bright and colorful pieces, Kate Spade drew on more than just hot pinks and oranges for their color palate. Rich emeralds, reds, and even a touch of fur balanced out the expected aquas and bright yellows, for which Kate Spade is so well known. This collection is inspired by the coveted culture of Paris (feathers, classic floral prints, envelope clutches, blunt bangs, ok now I’m stereotyping) and styled by everyone’s favorite, Brad Goreski. Here are my favorites from the collection, and for the record, I’m obsessed with the “Pardon My French” t-shirt.
For the rest of the collection click here.