The tattoo goddess is ready to launch her second outfit parade. The Kat Von D Treasure Coast Spring 2012 collection lines up a complete set of suit-all and extremely wearable ensembles.
Those who are familiarized with the designer career of Kat Von D will be totally
bedazzled by the gorgeous evolution of the tattoo queen. The
collection from last year mirrored the numerous Goth glam
elements the rising style goddess wants to use in her clothing
However, the Kat Von D Treasure Coast Spring 2012 collection also aims to provide fashionistas with extremely wearable and universally-flattering fashion items which can be worn for different occasions be it formal or casual. Kat Von D revealed that, “My customer is looking for pieces that can mesh easily with their personal style. It was important that we use textures and fabrics that will not only feel luxurious but also become treasures in their own right.”
Indeed, if we take a closer look at the style parade below,
we'll be able to spot some of the basics everyone can juggle with.
The name 'Treasure Coast' refers to all-black leggings, maxi
dresses and slouchy pants which can be easily incorporated into the
wardrobe of 'it' girls of all ages. Utilitarian chic is fused with
Rock chic glamor oh-so-characteristic of the signature clothing
style of the tattoo artist. Though neutrals took over the center
stage in the past and present collection we also have a few other
shades to keep an eye on during the warm season. Blue, mustard and
nudes will add versatility to Goth glam outfits.
Besides casual chic outfits, we also have the chance to spot a few body-conscious and ultra-refined dresses like the Flagship Dress and skirts like the Diving Bell and Banyan Skirt. Emphasize your femininity with some of these dapper Kat von D-inspired ensembles. If you loved this tattoo artist for her dazzling artistic works, it's time to love her also for the sophisticated talent to build up a scene-stealing collection.
The collection will be available online on February 14, 2012. Dresses range from $250-600, whereas jackets from $295-400.
Image courtesy of katvondlosangeles.com