Peep Whitney Port's African-Inspired Whitney Eve Fall 2011 Lookbook

Whitney Port has just released images from the latest Whitney Eve lookbook on Celebuzz. The former reality-TV-star cum fashion designer--or her favorite personal assistant--took to the blog herself to announce the collection. Quoth she: "Hi tootsies, I am beyond thrilled to finally be able to present to you the Fall 2011 LookBook!!!" The collection features a lot of colorful graphic prints, which Whitney says were "inspired by [her] trip to Africa last October," although no doubt the influence of buzzy up-and-coming label Suno, whose collections are often inspired by traditional African textiles, can be seen. However, Whitney definitely puts her own spin on the trend, and the result is a colorful collection that's more California surfer girl than African anything.
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Whitney Port has just released images from the latest Whitney Eve lookbook on Celebuzz. The former reality-TV-star cum fashion designer--or her favorite personal assistant--took to the blog herself to announce the collection. Quoth she: "Hi tootsies, I am beyond thrilled to finally be able to present to you the Fall 2011 LookBook!!!" The collection features a lot of colorful graphic prints, which Whitney says were "inspired by [her] trip to Africa last October," although no doubt the influence of buzzy up-and-coming label Suno, whose collections are often inspired by traditional African textiles, can be seen. However, Whitney definitely puts her own spin on the trend, and the result is a colorful collection that's more California surfer girl than African anything.
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Whitney Port has just released images from the latest Whitney Eve lookbook on Celebuzz. The former reality-TV-star cum fashion designer--or her favorite personal assistant--took to the blog herself to announce the collection. Quoth she: "Hi tootsies, I am beyond thrilled to finally be able to present to you the Fall 2011 LookBook!!!"

The collection features a lot of colorful graphic prints, which Whitney says were "inspired by [her] trip to Africa last October," although no doubt the influence of buzzy up-and-coming label Suno, whose collections are often inspired by traditional African textiles, can be seen. However, Whitney definitely puts her own spin on the trend, and the result is a colorful collection that's more California surfer girl than African anything.

One thing we especially like about the collection is that it features a lot of clothes we could actually see Whitney wearing--indeed, the young starlet has been snapped in a couple of the pieces, from an orange patterned blazer to graphic short shorts.

See the full lookbook below.