Season of Karlie – Karlie Kloss continues to make her mark on 2012 by starring as the face of Oscar de la Renta’s spring 2012 campaign. Photographed by Craig McDean with styling by Alex White, Karlie wows in de la Renta’s feminine designs for the new season. (WWD)
ODLR’s Glamorous Spring – Oscar de la Renta gave a bit of seventies flair for his spring 2012 collection. Full of vibrant jewel tones, lace bodices and tailored suits, de la Renta brought his refined elegance to New York Fashion week in full force. With a smattering of floral prints, the new season embraces full voluminous skirts and form-fitting day wear dresses.
Karlie Kloss gets off to a jumping start for the fall 2011 campaign from Oscar de la Renta. Photographed by Craig McDean, Karlie takes to the city streets in de la Renta’s classic skirt and jacket combo. (TFS)
Oscar de la Renta delivers yet another season of utmost luxury for fall 2011 with fur trimmed separates, sweeping gowns and cocktail dresses. As far as a theme, the collection appeared to run the gamut–from business woman savvy to nomadic chic. Some pieces even included psychedelic prints fit for the younger set. However, it all seemed to come together with the finale as de la Renta’s usual parade of gowns took to the runway with their feminine shapes and glimmering details.
Karlie Kloss returns for yet another season as the face of Oscar de la Renta’s spring 2011 campaign. Photographed by Craig McDean, Karlie is starting to transform from girl to woman in the elegant designs.
With the pre-fall season fully underway, Oscar de la Renta steps out with an elegant and impeccably tailored outing for the new season. Beginning with a mix and match of colorful separates, pattern and color was a huge theme seen throughout the show. Playing with volume and proportion, the show ended with stunning gowns tapered at the waist and attention to detail.
It was a sophisticated outing for Oscar de la Renta’s spring 2011 show. Known for his impeccable gown and dress work, the show opened with a floral coat worn by fall campaign star, Karlie Kloss. As the show progressed, the garments became more extravagant, from three piece suits to cocktail dresses–and then finally ending with those red carpet ready gowns.