Monday, September 10, 2012

Altuzarra Spring-Summer 2013: growth to the public

Altuzarra

Joseph Altuzarra came at the end of his show to receive the applause of the audience gathered to see her new Spring-Summer 2013 collection presented at Fashion Week in New York. He was happy, smiling, and with good reason, again had achieved success on the catwalk and is gaining more and more relevance between the media, the public and famous ones buyers. His remains one of the names that keeps fashion forward potential supported by a mix of styles accessible while a touch risky.

Black white Altuzarra

To see where you are pulling the designer born in Paris and the CFDA 2011 for Best Emerging Talent in Fashion Women under the arm is easy to see these parallels by School Paul Smith, Ralph Lauren least a straightjacket. I see this summer collection a "problem" for the domain between the famous Proenza Schouler looking to go a bit "different" because this audience is looking for the newest and would be easy for the encontrasen here.

Altuzarra prints

I was surprised to find not so obviously those recognized Altuzarra prints, which had earned him a detail to distinguish itself. Although not exaggerating, which of these is a good deal, particularly in pencil skirts and pants, which maintain the passion for patterns in these months, and a taste for pajamas.

Arab Altuzarra

Altuzarra is left of both tropical like to look at the end of the parade to Arab culture on the choice of accessories and cuts.

Altuzarra gold

In between bodies golden in very sexy dresses, tassels repeated anywhere, freeing jackets arms, while there is also time for a taste aviator jackets that is what convinces me Altuzarra less.

Now that the shoes you are looking Altuzarra is anything but accessible with Roman knee in a further attempt to pursue more musketeer boots.

Photo Gallery

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Official site | Altuzarra
In Jared | Altuzarra Resort 2013: the belt marks the way forward
In Jared | Altuzarra's collection for J. Crew is very (too) J. Crew



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