Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Bow down designers, Oscar de la Renta Spring 2013

I, like most people, anxiously await the Oscar de la Renta show. Mr Oscar blew me away again. The collection was classically elegant for his longtime clientele but there were also plenty of unexpectedly cool pieces for the younger kids. Lets just get to the fabulousness that is this collection and this designer!
I mean look at these separates. Could you imagine anyone else making latex tops and skirts look this good? Nope, probably not. The first two looks just are fantastic.
Then add in these feminine separates and the beauty continues.The third look can take you just about anywhere next spring. Not usually a fan of lace, but I can definitely cheer for these.
The second skirt is a great pattern and I love the shade of yellow in all these looks.
I love these pencil skirts! These looks can work for any age and the lady wearing them will be look stunning. Again, check out the latex.
Where the young ladies at? By young, I mean anyone brave enough to show off the gams. These are fun, flirty and still fancy.
Pick a favorite here? Nope, I can not do that. If completely forced I would go with the second. I love the lace pattern on this dress.
Sexy, Sexy, Sexy! These three gowns are all stunning. The first is my favorite with the perfect slit. I like how the third look covers her up but still is sexy. Normally I am not a fan of the sheer but it works on this dress.
The show is on now. The ball gowns hit the runway. The striped dress blew my socks off.
Here are the show stoppers! All four tie for my favorites of the show. They have nearly the same hem but all with a different fabric and bodice. I could not possibly pic a favorite. These Oscar de la Renta gowns will be all over the red carpet. 

I suggest finding a site that has photos of all the looks. There were many more, but I just had to narrow it down. So, bow down other designers, Sir Oscar just schooled the rest of fashion week. I really really hope Oscar de la Renta shows again in Nashville. 

Photos by Giovanni Giannoni

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