Look Book Exclusive: Charles Henry Fall 2011

Meredith Fisher, the 23-year-old designer behind Charles Henry, has quietly been building this new brand after shuttering her original line, WAYF, which she started at the age of 17. Meredith has always counted her garmento grandfather as an inspiration, and her A/W 2011 look book reflects this, with its crisp designs and clean tailoring. The collection is girly but not frilly, with watercolor prints, black lace, and pops of red. Skirts are short--call the length flirty--but balanced by blousier tops or shirt dress tailoring. The overall message? Adorable but never precious. Click through to see the whole look book.
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Meredith Fisher, the 23-year-old designer behind Charles Henry, has quietly been building this new brand after shuttering her original line, WAYF, which she started at the age of 17. Meredith has always counted her garmento grandfather as an inspiration, and her A/W 2011 look book reflects this, with its crisp designs and clean tailoring. The collection is girly but not frilly, with watercolor prints, black lace, and pops of red. Skirts are short--call the length flirty--but balanced by blousier tops or shirt dress tailoring. The overall message? Adorable but never precious. Click through to see the whole look book.
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Meredith Fisher, the 23-year-old designer behind Charles Henry, has quietly been building this new brand after shuttering her original line, WAYF, which she started at the age of 17. Meredith has always counted her garmento grandfather as an inspiration, and her A/W 2011 look book reflects this, with its crisp designs and clean tailoring.

The collection is girly but not frilly, with watercolor prints, black lace, and pops of red. Skirts are short--call the length flirty--but balanced by blousier tops or shirt dress tailoring. The overall message? Adorable but never precious.

Click through to see the whole look book.