Un dimanche à la campagne-November issue of Vogue Paris

Sasha: MiuMiu, Ava: Liberty

Sasha(left): Dior, Sasha(right): Isola

Dior (left), Isola (right)

Celine (left), Paul and Joe (right)

Givenchy (left), Dolce & Gabbana (right)

Givenchy (left), Dolce & Gabbana (right)

Kenzo (left), Chanel (right)

I know this editorial is rampant on the fashion blogs, but there are so many great prints included that I just had to share it with you and add them to the archives. Aren’t these just breathtaking??? The colors and prints are inspirational on their own, but what I find so interesting is the mood of the story. The images just seem to exude a humble, motherly quality that I find so comforting. Thank you to Fashion Gone Rogue for the magazine scans and be sure to check out the rest of the photos in this story.

MYSTERY DESIGNER..

I need your help! I saw this AMAZING sweater on the tiny lights blog, but it didn’t list the designer. I am dying to know where this came from so I can check out the rest of the collection. Can anyone help???

PRINTS IN MOTION

Prada

Peter Pilotto

Missoni

*images via Jak & Jill, style.com, & Vogue

These candid shots capture some of the best prints from the past few seasons…stunning, Yes?

FALLING FOR FALL

*Photograph by Joel Meyerowitz, via stylesight

DREAMS OF NYC

*images via Yen and Maximillia

This beautiful New York inspired print is featured in Sara Phillips SS 10/11 collection. I love this print because it has the intensity of a photographic print, but with a more natural feel. I also love her use of color, that sweater is beautiful! More of Sara’s collection can be found at her website or on facebook…enjoy!

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