Vivienne Tam Fall 2011 New York, February 19, 2010/FW/ — Vivienne Tam incorporates components of her Chinese heritage into each collection and her fall 2011 designs were no exception. Tam's melodious muse this season was the 600-year-old Kun Opera and its modern day architectural counterpart...

, Vivienne Tam took inspiration from the Chinese opera. Thankfully, the collection wasn't too closely tied with the theme. Vivienne showed lots of chunky lose knits and wonderfully structured jackets. We especially liked the range of teal blues. Standout item: Structured tweed jackets Our...

Saturday, February 12th, 2011 The Theater @ Lincoln Center Welcome back Vivienne Tam! After a few season's of... well... less than great reviews, the designer who in Spring we asked "Why?" is now leaving us saying "Phew!". For Fall Tam worked with strong, rich fabrics in shades of cream &...

The Maybelline Great Lash tube as interpreted by Tracy Reese, Max Azria and Vivienne Tam. Photo: Courtesy of Maybelline It does not matter who you are. It is not affected by where you grew up. If you are a girl, born in the last several decades, sentient and living in America, you know the...

As the iconic mascara celebrates its 40th anniversary, Maybelline teams up with designers Max Azria, Vivienne Tam and Tracy Reese to launch the Great Lash Limited Edition collection. With a touch of each designer's own flare on the pink and green tube, the three new mascaras will be...

Vivienne Tam is one of the NYFW shows that I don't miss, she's one of the nicest designers I've met and I always have love for the East meets West aesthetics she brings to her collections. On day 3 , my first stop was to VT's show at Lincoln Center. For Fall 2011, Vivienne was part of The...

A night at the opera–that is Vivienne Tam. The brilliant designer claims she was inspired by multiple, famous operas throughout China for this collection, including the Kun Opera and Guangzhou Opera House. Balancing new and old, ancient and modern, Vivienne Tam's winter line embodied elaborate...

Vivienne Tam's Graceful Chinese Warrior Princess Summary: Balancing ancient traditions and new technology is no easy feat. It can be almost a contradiction to try to apply both concepts to one idea. Vivienne Tam's Fall 2011 collection seems to do a good job of balancing the two. It was...

explained that the theme of the Vivienne Tam fall 2011 collection was centered around the Chinese opera. He noted that the southern Chinese region of Kungu had a world famous opera that was different from the renown Beijing opera in that it was celebrated by a more high class, educated...

(Photos by Scott Kosiorek) Vivienne Tam's F/W 2011 collection was inspired by the Chinese opera. Beautiful decadent pieces, spanning a variety of textures and fabrics made their way down the runway. We were lusting after the crochet tops with sheer sleeves, wonderful open weave knits, sharp...

 

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