It’s the same story everywhere she goes, and yet Anna Dello Russo always seems so cool, calm and downright unfazed by the attention. The circle of photographers quickly materialised as she left the Balmain spring 2013 show wearing one of the fashion houses’ embellished mini dresses.
When you’re surrounded by photographers swarming in from every direction (as Anna Dello Russo inevitably is wherever she goes during fashion week) the easiest way to please them all is to do as Anna did outside the Chloe spring 2013 show. Do a twirl on the spot so every photographer gets their shot. This shot was taken at the Jardin des Tuileries during Paris fashion…
Not everyone wants to indulge in autumn's trends to Anna Dello Russo proportions. So if you're looking to pick up pieces that are on-trend and yet subtle enough to stand the test of time, you'd do well to check out the autumn 2012 range from French Connection. Here are 3 top picks to serve you for an elegantly understated autumn.
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“Fashion is always uncomfortable,” declares Anna Dello Russo in what seems to be a set of fashion commandments. But these are commandments that don’t find themselves etched into stone – rather they’re proclaimed from the mountain top of giant gold shoe and carried forth on a wave of euro techno beats. Oddly the clip – a (sort of) song titled ‘Fashion Shower’ – is not…
Leave it to Anna Dello Russo to steal the spotlight at any fashion show. For today’s Milan fashion week agenda she wore one of Prada’s retro-print pantsuits from their fall 2012 collection – capped off by one of Alan Journo’s eccentric headpieces.
An Art Deco inspired dress may have a vintage feel to it, but it’s not difficult to modernise the look away from the ’40s. At Gucci’s Milan fashion week show, Anna Dello Russo paired one of the house’s Deco-esque dresses with these: gold and python stilettos, the modern woman’s accessory for a decadent flapper look.
If you’ve ever looked at Anna Dello Russo‘s intense and somewhat flamboyant sense of style and wished you could replicate it without having access to every forthcoming designer collection and a wardrobe of 4,000 shoes, then your chance has just arrived. Dello Russo has created an “over the top” accessories collection for retail chain H&M.
Kate Middleton, it is observed, can make a product sell out in seconds. But is she squandering the opportunity to more deeply influence the new generation’s views of the Monarchy? Meanwhile, Anna Dello Russo and Peter Dundas talk about female empowerment, Pucci, and of course, shoes, and a new book looks at the darker side of Jazz Age flapper icons. After the break are five…
Ever wondered exactly how all those different street style photos of Anna Dello Russo come into being? Well at Gucci’s fall 2012 showing it went a little something like this.