Throughout the seasons every style atelier evolves and shows a brand new side of their style policy in order to rise to the standards defined by the fashion pack. The Z Spoke by Zac Posen Fall 2012 ready-to-wear collection illustrates the development of a young clothing line which succeeds in landing in the spotlight due to its versatility and luxe allure.
Though Z Spoke is the low-price line of the highly acclaimed designer, it managed to achieve huge success among rising fashionistas and style critics. Gone are the days of youthful color options and experimental style patterns. For the upcoming cold months Zac Posen decided to embrace a mature and elegant attitude towards casual chic and red-carpet-worthy ensembles. The chromatic scale and the sharp tailoring designs all contribute to the luxurious and more sophisticated flair of this collection.
Now, on the gloomy side of life we have a more restricted and grown-up classy color palette. Black, coral and navy were some of the tones Zac Posen built the complete collection around. As the designer described the outfit repertoire, it is actually “Americana gone to the dark side.” Concentrating on innovative techniques when it comes to tailoring is what the style guru proposed for the sixth season. Posen defined his chief goal as “putting the line in the right place”.
Wide-legged pants, body-conscious dresses and evening gowns with an ultra-classy flair were some of the pillar pieces of the latest fashion fantasy. Accessories also played an essential role in the process of creating the perfect atmosphere for a grown-up collection. Leather satchels, a silver fox clutch and burgundy colored bags added the perfect finish to whole ensembles. As the more pocket-friendly label of Zac Posen, Z Spoke is meant to furnish style fans with wearable and universally-flattering outfit elements. Pleated frocks and refined coats will contribute to the femme fatale image of every fashionista. Crystal Renn and Madisyn Ritland show you the yellow brick road to a unique fashion experience.
Image courtesy of Zac Posen