Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Louis Vuitton 2011 Fall/Winter Collection

(This is an edited picture. For I made the picture more modest.)

Now, I normally don't follow all the fashion designers and their upcoming collections. Except for a few like Ralph Lauren. But when I saw a picture of Louis Vuitton's Fall/Winter collection on tumblr, I just fell head-over-heels-in-love with their 1950s inspired collection. And now I am doing my first designer post. Though I warn you, you are just going to get just a bunch of pictures. =)

Not only is Louis Vuitton's Fall/Winter collection vintage inspired, but it features some pieces that are modest! How exciting! Even though many of us can't buy a thing from the collection, we can drool. =)

 1. Black wool pin-stripe top and circle skirt. 2. Stretch wool pinstripe top. Wrap print faille back knot skirt.

3. Wool pinstrip fitted blazer, wool pinstripe top, thick wool pinstripe circle skirt. 4. Print wool chiffon layer dress.

 5. Wool coating double-breasted coat, thick wool top, check wool plaid skirt. 6. Feather filled organza corset dress.

7. Sequined cashmere embroidered knit top, bonded leather skirt. 8. Stretch Cashmere long sleeve knit top, check wool plaid skirt.

There are many more outfits on their site. =) So, which ones are your favorite? Mine would have to be, 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8. =)

I also created a set on polyvore of my interpretation of their collection.  =)

Louis Vuitton 2010 Fall Collection Inspired

Louis Vuitton 2010 Fall Collection Inspired by Bramblewood Fashion featuring French Connection skirts

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  1. Wow! These are lovely! I love them all except I'm not a big fan of #4. :-)

  2. oh my goodness! I was just going to post about this!

    I'm thinking of making a plaid skirt resembling look 2, but problem was, I searched high and low for pics of it and could find any that would show up in a post! So I bookmarked this.

    Thank you so much :)


  3. I wish they had more covering on the sleeveless dresses (PLEASE)... Other than that I really like the styles. ;)

    love ya!

  4. LOVE number 3!! It's stunning for sure. The whole collection is beautiful though.

  5. I wish there was less clevage showing on lots of those dresses, but other than that and the sleeveless dresses I love lots of the other outfits! the 50's is the best modern style there is! Its the only one I will wear besides the 30's or 10's of the 20th century. :)

  6. Nice look overall, but if you have a way to Photoshop or paste something over the blantantly revealing outifts, it would be much nicer! :) Made me cringe...and I know you certainly wouldn't design something like that, but posting it on your blog was a little iffy...though I know that doesn't mean you condone it! :) But maybe alter/crop the pics next time? Thanks! :)

  7. I agree with you girls, there could be way more coverage on those dresses. =) I just posted the pictures for the line of the dresses. We can take these for just inspiration (style/lines/colors) and make them way more modest ourselves. The one girl in the foreground of the top picture is what bothers me the most. I wish I knew how to fix it. Other than that, I like the look of the top picture.

    Kathleen - I wish I knew how to photoshop. But sadly I don't. This is one of the reasons I stay away from posting/following runway pictures. =)

  8. Thankyou for your alteration on the first pic! :) You did a good job and it looks great! :) Now I almost want to copy it....


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