Tuesday, February 22, 2011 Mary Katrantzou Fall 2011 Mary Katrantzou Fall 2011 from style.com So, I'm really really going to try to update more! I'm a pretty terrible blogger. I have to put myself on a special schedule, kind of like Weight Watchers. Mary Katrantzou is one of my favorite...

Mary Katrantzou Collection Autumn / Winter 2011 again showed amazing prints, and a mass of different styles: the here and virtually seamless photographic print, and metallized floral and abstract patterns in the Byzantine style, and even the amazing designs for the "optical illusion" as, for...

Mary Katrantzou had me enthralled with her spring summer 2011 collection which featured garments in the shape of items like drapes,lamps and other furnishings. In the video above, the designer yet again employs her love of trompe l'oeil prints and couture form in her fall winter 2011...

Models Kate King + Ruby Jean Wilson + Ajak Deng + Laura McCone + Marique Schimmel + Samantha Gradoville + Suzie Bird + Kasia Struss + Melissa Tammerijn Collection Giles Fall 2011 Ready-to-Wear London Fashion Week Designer Giles Deacon for Giles Photographer Yannis Vlamos for...

I always have this one question everytime Mary Katrantzou opens her show, what are the fresh, creative, unexpected eye popping digital print inspirations this season? Only this season, there are no digital prints. I scrolled back to top and click on each and every thumbnail on Vogue.com but it...

That may have something to do with her digital print work being second to none in the industry. This year, the designer took a trip to the Orient and created prints that seemed to awaken right before your eyes as models marched down the catwalk. I swear for a moment I thought fish were...

Mary Katrantzou's Fall Winter 2012 2013 collection was really difficult to pin among the trends we've seen so far taking Fashion Week by storm. There was no fur. No leather. But there was plenty of print material to make up for that! Mary Katrantzou's genius was all in the hard worked...

excitement over her Fall 2012 collection, and Miss Mary certinaly did not disappoint. At a glance, Katrantzou's patterns may look like a modern interpretation of the classic scarf print. But how could you simply glance at these clothes? Upon further inspection, these prints are more...

to attempt more than one idea in each collection, because if you don't like Japanese landscape style prints in black and white, on silhouettes that look like conceptual kimonos gone wrong, then you are out of luck. Or Katrantzou is out of luck, because you aren't buying it. I...

like printed tops that normal poeple can easily wear. You don't see this in New York, Milan, and Paris, and that is probably why they are more important fashion weeks. Their designers actually sell a lot of clothes. And fashion is a business, above all else. I love... the shapes of the...

 

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