Designer Jean Look Books
Here is a look at both the men’s and women’s IRO campaigns for Spring/Summer 2011. In the women’s campaign you can see some of the pieces such as the red pants, denim shorts, leather pants from the look book.
The men’s collection this season has the same fatigue cool that the past collection offered. The color palette this season consisted of all neutrals. All black, white, gray and what was in between, but the detail was kept unique so everything had a fresh feel. My favorite pieces would have to be the blazer with zippers on the sleeves and the jacket with panels on the shoulders, as well as the belts. I think those are a great addition to the looks. You can check out the campaign images below.
Here is a look at the new IRO Women’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection starring Hannah Holman. I think the collection is very whimsical and fun this season, with the IRO laid-back feel of course.
There are tons of prints and fabrications this season. There is tweed, suede, leather and of course denim. I can see many of the pieces being coveted by many women when it is available. You can see a pair of sequined shorts that are very on trend, as well as pinstriped bottoms. They have the usual plain stripes and a pair that are burnt, flower printed, and flared. Sounds a lot for one pair, but they are done amazingly well. You can check out the collection below and click here to pre-order some of the pieces at Singer22.
Here is the brand new Spring/Summer 2011 Look Book for David Kahn denim. There are definitely a lot of fashion forward and on trend pieces in this collection. They have a very interesting take on the cargo/flight pants (above) as well. They are tie dye and ombre washed on a baggy cargo pant. I quite like them. There are also a few other great pieces from this line. This collection is only small for Spring/Summer though. They just have a few key pieces.
Here is a sneak peak at the new A|X Armani Exchange Spring 2011 campaign. It was styled by Elle Magazine’s Style Director, Kate Lanphear and inspired by Coachella (which sadly sold out before I was able to get my ticket). The photoshoot took place on location at the home of Coachella in Indio, California. I can see the inspiration of music festival, but with an A|X aesthetic. It has the clean look of the brand with the fun atmosphere of Coachella. You can see a couple of the images from the new campaign below.