Summary: Inspired by the unhinged glamour of Elizabeth Taylor as the brazen drunk Martha in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf as the muse for Daniel Vosovic's Spring/Summer 2011 Collection. When the plastic was lifted over the runway, a layer of fresh soil was revealed. A film presentation covered the entire front wall, starting off his show with his 'Final Girl' running for her life though a forest, plunging into a river, and coming up surviving in a beautiful mountain wilderness. The collection lived up this strong and innovative multimedia opening without any letdown. Just as strong were the details on this beautiful line of pieces that were impeccably finished. The line consists of modern and innovative combinations, such as structured trench looks with soft silk dresses and skirts tied with shirt sleeves, and soft knit screen print dresses that a girl can run and run in all day long.
Color Palette: moss, bark, black, wheat, bone, slate, sandstone, deer print, ash print, wolf print
Fabrics and Textures: silk, silk jersey, jersey, cotton, linen, screen prints, embroidery, mesh, polyurethane lace, polymer, leather,
Key Pieces: Slate hooded cargo jacket/Deer print slash dress; Sandstone fitted safari jacket/Mud trudged trouser; Black cutaway polyurethane knot dress
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