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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Fatalefashion, Sep 15, 2010.
Anna Sui - S/S 2011 Preview/Full Edited Show (EXCLUSIVE)
Many people I know don't like her designs but for me, Anna never disappoints. She captured the spirit of the 60's with layers, feathers and crotchets. It was bohemian country chic at its finest. Many people at the show called it Little House on the Prairie. I was also glad she threw in black designs in her collection as she has not done that in a while. Loved the boots as well. Do not discuss models in this section, please**
^ I was just thinking Little House on the Prairie, too, whilst watching it!
Very pretty - I like how she's tackled neutrals without it just being a sea of plain light greige, too.
this is like the goddess of grain runaway show
i do love the rainbow knitted cardigan!
and also liking the head pieces
i love the way anna chose for the colors, so natural and the patterns really cute a bit classic!
not my favorite, but this pieces still looks the best..
credit; daylife and zimbio
I love it so much...
Anna did the great job on layering...I love those headpieces and also those outterwear...awesome!
Adorable. Perhaps the color scheme from what I can see veers a little too much toward beige for my taste but nonetheless delectable.
too lovely! always liked her work - but this is fabulous
love the black section and the head pieces.
I love this collection, its so effortless but chic, very boho kinda 60s hippy vibes but I love it!!
I remember of Chanel s/s 2010.
Love this so much
The perfect embodiment of Boho-chic. Really lovely collection. You can see on the models faces that they like what they're wearing. And its true, the clothes look really comfy and cute.
It's autumnal rather than SS, nevertheless I like it.
More HQs from some different angles that hadn't been posted yet!
this collection is gorgeous. anna sui is hands down my favorite designer. it seemed to me that along with the 60s and 70s styles, in some skirts and dresses she also added a little bit of a 20s flare to them which was unexpected but worked perfectly.