Monday, August 29, 2011

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I recently shot a look book for the womenswear line Plutocracy. Congratulations to designer Anitra Michelle for the Vogue feature. 

Brooklyn based designer Anitra Michelle created Plutocracy to appeal to, "women who have places to go, things to do, but always want something a little bit different for their wardrobe." For Spring/Summer 2011, she offers the career woman wide palazzo pants and slim pencil skirts in gray raw silk uplifted by swaths of zebra and herringbone, vibrant kimono sleeved shifts in teal and cherry red, and printed cowl neck jumpsuits with tapered hems.

Describing the collection as “hard edged with a touch of whimsy and mystery,” Michelle says, “The plutocracy woman is pretty but professional. I want her to grab a dress, get jewelry and shoes, and be ready to go. The focus (for this season) was on colors and shapes.” For the daring, she provides printed pants and shorts muted by simple black tops. The more demure can find joy in simple belted white dresses or lace lined loosely woven gray shifts with large flower accents.

Article Credit Claire Sulmers

1 comment:

wendy woo said...

oh yes. perfection