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Loved this striped jumpsuit on Asia Burris of Saint Heron at the Met Museum Young Members party. With its bunting-like pleats and folds, it would be great for a 4th of July party too.
Pantsuits and jumpers have been a popular sartorial choice for women during the spring benefit season this year. Artist Olympia Scarry wore a military-inspired set with a flash of pink.
A good example of how eveningwear is blending with daywear, with classic shapes like the pantsuit now made of shimmery materials, as seen on Chriselle Lim at the Akris show.
Yoyo Cao arrived at the Loewe show in a cadet cap and Prince of Wales plaid pants suit. Surprisingly popular among fashion week guests, pant suits have shed their dowdy image and now feature updated, flattering cuts and colors that would work both in and out of the office.
This black pant suit with a dramatic, oversize black ruffle was one of the more stunning looks during haute couture week in Paris.
At the Chanel couture show in Paris, Brazilian Helena Bordon wore a pantsuit with exquisite ruffled sleeves by Sao Paulo designer Reinaldo Lourenço. And what looks like an oversize cologne bottle is actually an ingenious clutch by Charlotte Olympia, a favorite designer among the fashion set.
Here’s something to get you in the mood for spring: Ada Kokosar in great combination of brown and robin’s egg blue outside the Giorgio Armani show in Milan.
Mega prints like this adorable panda one on Viviana Volpicella made a big impression in Milan. Again, time to rethink the pantsuit. They’re cool!
There are designers, there are fashion shows and then there are the designers that fashion editors actually wear, and in that regard Prada has been a favorite for years now. Anna Dello Russo wore the bright orange pantsuit Prada runway look from the Fall 2012 collection to the Viktor & Rolf show in Paris. One look at this outfit tells you that pantsuits have definitely shed their dowdy image for fall 2012, reemerging as vibrant and fashion-forward.
Detail of her bag and shoes, after the jump. (more…)