Ralph Lauren Fall 2011 | New York Fashion Week

Ralph Lauren did a complete 180 for his fall 2011 collection, following up an American west spring with a Chinese inspired autumn. Svelte and long silhouettes made an appearance on the runway in mostly monochromatic black and white, but color also showed up in the form of jade green and dark crimson. Dragon patterns embellished lustrous gowns and long coats for one dramatic display of luxury.









14 Responses to “Ralph Lauren Fall 2011 | New York Fashion Week”

    • I have to agree. Such weird fabric chocies. and the silhouettes… Everything looks very 80’s.
      Those Chinese collared dresses aren’t so old that they can be recycled already. The jade one is just horrendous. It looks like it was stapled on the model.

    • I have to agree. Such weird fabric chocies. and the silhouettes… Everything looks very 80’s.
      Those Chinese collared dresses aren’t so old that they can be recycled already. The jade one is just horrendous. It looks like it was stapled on the model.

  1. hmm…i’m on the fence. i don’t like some of the fabric choices.

    anyway, this is just a suggestion, but can you guys give the summary of who open and closes the show the most, who walk down the runway the most etc? would love to know all these info! Thanks! :)

  2. trying to please the oriental/Chinese market, eh?
    I won’t be surprised to see more than half of the models to be asians(or asian-looking) next season

  3. Lauren Helen Reply

    I love the red lips on all the models… Probably my favourite part of the show :)

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