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Only 4 allowed

i’ve been holding back on posting about the NYFW spring 2012 shows because i always go completely overboard and end up basically re-posting the whole of style.com over here. so i decided this time that i would pick only 4 pieces from some of my favourite collections – outfits i would actually wear / dream about wearing. jill stuart was the toughest to pick from, she really knocked it out of the park with this collection.

jill stuart:

steven alan:

erin fetherston:

marc by marc jacobs:

tracy reese:

araks:

tribune standard:

suno:

creatures of the wind:

band of outsiders:

vena cava:

costello tagliapietra:

luca luca:

jil sander navy:

 

tse:

all images courtesy of style.com

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18 Comments

  1. I like this idea – restraint is the order of the day amidst so much excess, so many pictures of so many clothes usually just make me go ‘ugh, where to start?’
    I loved Jill Stuart, too, and your picks from Jil Sander Navy, Band of Outsiders and Araks have all made me swoon, a little!

  2. Goodness, all these outfits are lovely, can’t decide which I like the best – Steven Alan, Jil Stuart and Vena Cava maybe. Just need to earn A LOT of money between now and 2012!!

  3. thanks for the recap! i haven’t been able to look through all the shows and now i don’t have to… :) definitely loving the jill stuart, marc jacobs swimwear, luca luca, vena cava, and jil sander navy! now if i could only afford to wear all these designers… sigh.

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  5. Oh my god, the Erin Fetherston collection is totally my style!!! I know it has been a while since this post was put up, but I haven’t been able to read the blog in a while, and I just wanted to say that it’s gotten even better!!!

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