Oscar de la Renta
I am just going to focus on the amazing collection that Oscar put out for us. I usually like a few pieces here and there from a collection, but with his I could actually see myself wearing every single garment in his collection for Fall 2012 RTW. He just knows how to dress a woman, and with this collection it's really aimed at a sophisticated type of woman. With mostly short, full-skirted silhouettes and pastel shades of pinks and blues. Then you have the printed jewels on most of the dresses that really make it stand out, and gave the collection a quality streak that no one can compare to. Let's bow down to this powerhouse that is none other than Oscar de la Renta.
Now can Burberry do no wrong? Not in my eyes, and it never fails to amaze me at how much I love every collection that Christopher Bailey has been putting for each season lately. With gorgeous trench coats, to pencil skirts with substantial peplums adorned on the waist. Echoes from the 30s and 40s but with an edge. There were country animals adorned on basic white t-shirts, paired with herringbone lined and shearling jackets. A perfect collection for a rainy day walking through London.
Dolce & Gabbana
Then we come to Milan and it's brilliant Italian designers. You can't really go wrong with them, and Dolce & Gabbana was definitely on the top of my list for this season. They set their collection apart this year with chandeliers incorporated with real flowers. Lavish and stunning would be two words to describe D&G aesthetic for this collection. With silhouettes away from the body, gold embellishments, and floral and cherub prints. It was a thing to behold, and I for one wish I had been in the front row.