Nanette Lepore Fall 2012: All Bright Now

Best known for her über girly yet super quirky mix-and-match style, Lepore’s adorable fall offering captured the essence of her usual design aesthetic. Packed full of stylish, versatile pieces that are perfect for layering, the sixties-inspired collection consisted of lace, satin, tweed, and velveteen fabrics fashioned into fun flouncy skirts, cool cigarette pants, sharp boxy jackets, and shape-skimming shift dresses in vibrant in-your-face hues like chartreuse, cobalt, cyan, and tomato, which popped vividly against muted tones of gold lamé, mulberry, pumpkin, and forest green. And of course Lepore’s pattern-play this season was far ou: her pretty beaded prints felt one-part psychedelic-chic, two-parts gypsy glam, and 100% wearable. A celeb-packed front row including Stanley Tucci (a long time fan), Kristin Chenoweth, and Kelly Rutherford will attest to that.
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Best known for her über girly yet super quirky mix-and-match style, Lepore’s adorable fall offering captured the essence of her usual design aesthetic. Packed full of stylish, versatile pieces that are perfect for layering, the sixties-inspired collection consisted of lace, satin, tweed, and velveteen fabrics fashioned into fun flouncy skirts, cool cigarette pants, sharp boxy jackets, and shape-skimming shift dresses in vibrant in-your-face hues like chartreuse, cobalt, cyan, and tomato, which popped vividly against muted tones of gold lamé, mulberry, pumpkin, and forest green. And of course Lepore’s pattern-play this season was far ou: her pretty beaded prints felt one-part psychedelic-chic, two-parts gypsy glam, and 100% wearable. A celeb-packed front row including Stanley Tucci (a long time fan), Kristin Chenoweth, and Kelly Rutherford will attest to that.
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Best known for her über girly yet super quirky mix-and-match style, Lepore’s adorable fall offering captured the essence of her usual design aesthetic. Packed full of stylish, versatile pieces that are perfect for layering, the sixties-inspired collection consisted of lace, satin, tweed, and velveteen fabrics fashioned into fun flouncy skirts, cool cigarette pants, sharp boxy jackets, and shape-skimming shift dresses in vibrant in-your-face hues like chartreuse, cobalt, cyan, and tomato, which popped vividly against muted tones of gold lamé, mulberry, pumpkin, and forest green.

And of course Lepore’s pattern-play this season was far ou: her pretty beaded prints felt one-part psychedelic-chic, two-parts gypsy glam, and 100% wearable. A celeb-packed front row including Stanley Tucci (a long time fan), Kristin Chenoweth, and Kelly Rutherford will attest to that.

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