|| Louis Vuitton Spring 2011 ||
Chinoiserie was a recurrent theme for Louis Vuitton created by Marc Jacobs for as Asian-inspired pieces walked down the runway like the color-blocked cheongsam dresses, mandarin collared jackets and lavishly ornamental tasseled accessories.
|| Haider Ackermann Spring 2011 | |
Pitti Uomo has created a fabulous Haider Ackermann spring 2011 collection which is presented an exuberant mixture of Samurai and hardedge biker. From rugged leather biker jackets and vests, over beautiful evening dresses with a tons of robes, obi belts, and bright color contrasts.
|| Carolina Herrera Spring 2011 ||
Carolina Herrera's program notes explained that Spring was inspired by two things: the traditional clothes of Korea and botanical plates collected in the eighteenth century. It was a dazzling blend of East-meets-West and the hats and costumes and details were just so fantastic.
|| Dries Von Noten Spring 2011 ||
Dries Van Noten's new collection had an entirely primal origin. The designer came up with an ombré effect, especially when it intersected with the collection's other key reference point-Chinese ceramics. ut Van Noten, who routinely develops fascinating fabrics, took bleach to some and added floral prints inspired by the subtle color.