Here is the Fall/Winter 2012 Elizabeth and James collection. For their first Fashion Week presentation the looks were refined, more refined than the usual casual refined take that I find in Elizabeth and James clothing. The clothing is still amazing. Like every season, it gets better and better each time.
There are many great pieces this season, especially the outerwear. The jacket above is so sick. I love the combination of the two different fabrics. The parkas are also favorites of mine. You can never go wrong with a parka in the cold weather. My absolute favorite piece though is the silk pajama shirt. I cannot wait for this one to come out. Pajama shirts are so amazing. You can wear them in other situations besides sleeping now. You can see the collection below.
Jennifer Aniston graces the cover of the new March 2012 GQ issue with her Wanderlust co-star Paul Rudd, shot by Terry Richardson. She wore a Pierre Balmain skirt in the shot above. It is interesting to see a denim skirt now. The style hasn’t been seen on anyone in a while.
I love this cover. It is so different than what is usually put out. The shoot itself is great too. Jennifer and Paul look like they were having so much fun. I also cannot wait to see Wanderlust. It looks so hilarious. You can click here to purchase this skirt at LUISAVIAROMA for $260.
JET jeans is next to join the neon trend. They combined their amazing skinny fit with some of the brightest colors around; neon pink, neon yellow, and neon green. My favorite would have to be the yellow, but I think the pink might be a popular choice by many of the usual suspects that love JET.
I think Nicky Hilton would look great in the pink, styled in classic Nicky Hilton style, with a white tee and leather jacket. I can also see Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wear the yellow, cuffed with some ankle boots, and Nicole Richie pairing the sunny shade with a piece from her Winter Kate line. Which ones are your favorite? You can click here to get the yellow from the JET website for $188.
The Row is always a fashion house that prefers quality over quantity each season. You will never see millions of looks walk down and a big extravagant backdrop. The Fall/Winter 2012 collection was no different. Comfortable, sleek, cool clothes were presented in this one just like in the previous season.
Tailoring is a key focus when it comes to the looks by The Row. The pieces that walked were classic pieces made with the best attention to detail as possible. There was no off seam in any of the looks. Each would be coveted by every person that owns them, especially that dress above. It is just beautiful. You can the see collection below.