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The fashion spirit
March 16, 2009, 10:16 am
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Spotted Anna Dello Russo, Fashion Director at Large & Creative Consultant from Vogue Nippon, at Moschino fashion show in Dolce & Gabbana S/S 09 dress and YSL Trib Two Platform boots. If anyone still keeps the tradition of dressing up for fashion week, it’s Anna. Regularly being shot by fashion photographers such as Scott Schumann from The Sartorialist, Anna is famous for dressing straight in looks from the runway. She’s one of those rare women who have the wardrobe of signature pieces that make people’s heads turn as well as the figure to complete the looks. This might sound incredibly un-PC but Anna seems like an Italian fashion mafia. She is devastatingly chic. There’s something very Carrie Bradshaw about her style. She doesn’t simply wear clothes, she exudes an image and projects ideas.

      

Praised by fashionistas around the world as the second to the throne (the first obviously being La Carine Roitfeld), Anna loves to wear evening outfits in the sunlight and has a serious weakness in jewelry. She has two apartments, one for her and one for her clothes. She also owns around 4,000 pairs of shoes. You have to admire her passion for fashion and the fact that she’s not afraid to take risks. Despite the recession hitting the fashion industry, Anna is as glamorous and extravagant as ever. 

 

(thesartorialist & altamiranyc)

– PL

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The woman in the red dress reminds me of Mickey Mouse

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