Erin Fetherston Resort 2011- We Want It NOW and Figured Out How to Get It
Runway Review: The French film, L’Amant was the inspiration for the collection
Suffering from a severe “gotta have what I see now” fashion disorder, I sat back and figured out how to style the essence of the Resort 2011 collection, right now on the cuff of Summer 2010.
I’ve deciphered the styling details for you so you can now savor the taste of this Romantic Neo-Vintage / Modern French Chic style!
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Don’t bite too much… you want to still be hungry for the collection when it hits the stores in time for resort.
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Erin Fetherston was inspired by the 1992 French film, “L’Amant” (The Lover) that takes place in 1929 French Indochina.
“I wanted to capture an effortless, chic sensibility in an offering with lots of mix and matchability," Fetherston said.
Erin Fetherston’s inspiration for Resort 2011 is the French film, L’Amant:
There is a distinct nod to early Coco Chanel, the languid romantic feel of 1920′s French Indonesia, and thanks to Fetherston‘s foray into denim a modern girl edge to keep the look from getting too banal.
Erin Fetherston Resort 2011 Collection Photo Gallery:
What you need to reference to GET THE LOOK:
- Boater hat
- Polka dot scarf
- Soft yet structured bow blouse
- Skinny trouser jeans
- Silk camisole
- Platform pumps
- Early Coco inspired frocks short enough for a modern girl
- Peplum tuxedo jacket
- A palette of elegant neutrals like black, nude, ivory, and a vivid shot of coral
- Undone yet pretty hair
- The joie de vivre that lets not be afraid of the unknown and never gets too precise!
Style elements inspired by Erin Fetherston Resort 11, inspired by the French film L’Amant:
Photos: Erin Fetherson
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