Anna Sui presents us for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 RTW Collection a fun, colorful and charming yet wearable clothing line where she puts accent on prints and takes modern mixed with vintage to another level. Check out next what she prepared for the next season!
20 Feb, 2010
Anna Sui is one of the greatest American fashion designers known world wide. Since she presented her first collection back in 1991, she kept on coming in every season with a new line for us. Anna was named in the Top 5 Fashion Icons of the Decade by Time Magazine and she received a Lifetime Achievement Award next to some of the greatest fashion designers ever like Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren or Diane von Furstenberg.
She is not known only for her every season's clothing collections because in 1999 she started her first signature fragrance and cosmetics line. Then she went on with accessories lines, handbags and shoes. As you can see, Anna Sui's designs are very looked up even by celebrities like Naomi Campbell, Paris Hilton, Christina Ricci, Courtney Love, Micha Barton, Cher or Lindsay Lohan.
Anna Sui's personal style and attitude reflects in every collection. For the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Collection she brings us an amazing clothing line formed mostly by printed dresses with beautiful details and unique accessories even if we are talking about shoes, handbags, jewelry or hats. She combines different fabrics with prints and other decorative elements to create distinct collection and to rise above every other designer.
Anna Sui comes hard with the Fall 2010 Ready-To-Wear Collection by creating beautiful pieces for New York Fashion Week and being one of the most expected designers collection. She starts strong with gorgeous looks full of color and different prints like abstract, plaids, graphic, floral or tribal to give a unique note to some casual chic designs.
Next, Anna Sui comes in her collection for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 with some looks with a little sexiness attached to them even if she maintains the fun, youthful prints but she puts them on different fabrics that have a more mature touch. To accentuate that, Sui puts some fur coats on the models in order to look very expensive and feminine in the same time.
In the end of this Fall 2010 Ready-To-Wear Collection by Anna Sui, we can see that she ends up big time with a few vintage inspired designs in soft colors by creating them mysterious but sexy in the same time to bring out the fragile feminine side of her.