Monday, April 30, 2012

Made In Kind Collection at Anthropologie

I'm swooning over Made In Kind Collections at Anthropologie.
Each one is a gem.

By Hi There from Karen Walker 

I love these retro styles, inspired by movie stills and vintage wallpaper. To me, these dresses evoke a time when women were infinitely feminine, wore heels and cloches and danced to swing music. I wish the collection would grow and I hope to see more designs by Karen Walker at Anthropologie in the future.

Sausalito V-Neck Dress

Seneca Scoopneck Dress

Ephraim V-Neck Dress

By Tracy Reese

This collection was inspired by Botanical Photography and artist Frida Kahlo. 
Each one of Reese's dresses strike a perfect balance between being truly unique and having a timeless appeal. 

Elvia Dress

 " A blouson top and slim pencil skirt compose this teal lace frock, all trimmed in lime. Each piece in this Anthropologie-exclusive collection by Tracy Reese was inspired by lush garden landscapes and is set apart by a tailored, feminine silhouette."

Mayte Shift

Revisited Impressionist Dress

From Charlotte by Charlotte Taylor

Designed exclusively for Anthropologie, this spring collection was inspired by Japanese art, fishing and bee-keeping.  The vibrant colors and the bold graphics, coupled with clean, timeless silhouettes and high quality fabrics make for very elegant yet unpretentiously fun styles.  

Sukiya Poplin Mini Dress

Hummingbird Silk Maxi Dress

Katydid Silk Shift

Hummingbird Silk Midi Dress

Katydid Silk Blouse

Hummingbird Poplin Skirt

Check out all Made In Kind Collections at Anthropologie. 

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