Rachel Zoe's Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection

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Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Rachel Zoe\'s Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear Collection
After years of being a “celebrity stylist,” a “TV personality” and several seasons of presentations for her ready-to-wear collections, Rachel Zoe has finally made-it as a designer launching her first ever runway show at New York Fashion Week.

Her Fall 2012 Ready-to-Wear collection might have been a little overzealous as the collection featured about 46 looks. Maybe she was a little over eager, but out of those 46 looks, a lot of them really struck a chord.

The collection was full of pantsuits, pantsuits, and more pantsuits. There were a few dresses sprinkled throughout, one sequined mini dress that really stood out but some other long wrap dresses and another that just seemed to drown the models in fabric, which seems to be a favorite of Zoe. Basically, how can we make a skinny model look even tinier.

According to Zoe she was inspired by classic rock and that glamorous late-sixties London style.

"It's this kind of period in fashion and music that I've always been obsessed with that I feel like I live in, but I actually don't, which is kind of the late 60s, early 70s in rock and roll in London and that very kind of Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, Bianca Jagger, Marianne Faithfull," said Zoe.

Zoe accented the vintage London look by dressing her models in tall fuzzy hats as worn by members of the Royal British guards.

The collection featured lots of tailored slacks, wool coats, and a variety of blazers. She also threw a cardigan over the shoulders of many of the coats which gave it a New England yuppie look, which kept the mixing of themes fresh and unique.
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