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Vera Wang Fall 2011 Runway Review

Edgy and soft, Vera Wang is a designer who knows how to blend these two oppositions beautifully in her clothing line. Her Fall 2011 Collection was a mixture of structured and flowing pieces. Gorgeous, floor length gowns were paired with tailored vests and thick leather gloves. Chiffon pieces were pleated adding a bit of architectural design to a soft dress or separate. Fur trim and feathers were added onto overcoats and on the collar of short vests and jackets. 

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The circle skirt was another design favorite. Paired with silk blouses and structured jackets, the pleating was used as a design variation to each look. Colors were neutral and simple sticking to Wang’s signature style. Charcoal grey, champagne, olive green, burgundy, and black were the main color themes. A bit of sheer in each dress balanced out the heavy detail that covered just enough skin.

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Styling included heavy black boots, a smoky eye and a clean and simple, tousled ponytail. Wang continued to do what she’s known for and produced a minimalistic collection that didn't disappoint.

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Photos: Vincenzo Grillo, IMAXtree

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