Drinking the Rodarte Kool Aid: First Black Swan, now Fall 2011 RTW

First, the beautiful ballerina costumes in the Black Swan. Now, a fabulous Fall 2011 Ready-to-Wear collection. Go in Rodarte! Not only does the collection communicate the singular vision which is woven through all of their collections, but I find the collection extremely wearable. It was nice to see a lighter pallet, as the runway continues to be a range of color blocking and somber darks this season. “It was based on the Great American Plains, on Days of Heaven,” said Katie Mulleavy. A vision easily surmisable from the collection. I know I am still drinking the Rodarte Kool Aid after seeing and LOVING The Black Swan.

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6 Responses to Drinking the Rodarte Kool Aid: First Black Swan, now Fall 2011 RTW

  1. Nice blog!!! What about following each other?

  2. Devon says:

    Totally agree – Rodarte was a major success this year. If you like this collection, you should totally check out the Rodarte x Opening Ceremony collection. So fine. Great blog, girl. PS – as bloggers it seems that we have mutual friends in Ana! x

  3. loving the inspiration!
    i’ll be coming back to your blog for sure!
    come visit COSMICaroline and see behind the scenes at the Nashville Anthropologie event!

    -COSMICaroline
    COSMICaroline.blogspot.com

  4. Tea For Two says:

    The Mulleavy sisters just keep getting it right. Such a shame about the whole legal hoo-har that prevents them from accepting full credit for the Black Swan costumes. Apparently they are now completely clued up and will not being doing business with the movie industry without assurance of full credit in the future.

  5. black swan<3
    such a great movie

  6. Gorgeous. Love your blog. So glad I’ve found it. Now following. Hope you’ll follow me back.

    Check out my blog if you’ve got time and feel like it. It would mean a lot. I’ve just started.
    Karoline Kalvo

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