Third page of the Anna Sui 15th Anniversary in Japan eMook’s “Nature Queen” photoshoot spread starring famous actress, model and singer Anna Tsuchiya.
Anna Sui Spring 2011 lingerie lace dress spotted in the June 2011 issue of gal magazine BLENDA. Love the model’s styling.
Thanks to Galism from HARAJUJU.net for finding this!
Deep red pout and lingerie lace, the ultra-sensual combination.
Looking for a new outstanding and pretty Yukata? Isetan just released Anna Sui’s 2011 ultra-feminine yukatas, whose prices range from ¥31,500 to ¥36,750.
Just like the previous yukata, the Polka Dot Rose Yukata takes its print from the Anna Sui Resort 2011 collection, as you can see here. It is also available in the original colour, black with purple roses. This yukata also has matching geta.
In the purest Anna Sui style the Butterfly Yukata, also available in sweet pink and electric blue, features the designer’s iconic symbol in a new, original print.
Last but certainly not least, the Heartland Yukata’s mesmeric “Heartland” print originates from Anna Sui’s immensely favored Spring 2011 collection, as seen here in which “caramel” colourway the yukata is also available.
Second part of the Spring 2011 ad campaign. Which one do you prefer between it and the first one? I think I prefer this one much more.
Note: The boots featured in this ad campaign were not on the runway, although they are much nicer than any of those who were. I believe it’s safe to say that’s thanks to the Japanese fashion’s sense of panache. Now let’s hope they will be made available for purchase on Isetan.
Taken from the Anna Sui’s 15th Anniversary in Japan e-Mook.
Would have been such a greater picture if the sandals were her size.
Such a great dress. ♥
Very gyaru-ish style of picture. To be continued!
And now I need to see the last outfit worn by a real gyaru.
The March issue of Japanese magazine Sweet featured an eye-candy spread of Anna Sui’s 70s hippie meet prairie girl boho-chic Spring 2011 collection.
I can’t pick which accessory set I prefer. They’re all gorgeous!
Those white sandals are so cute! ♥ Anna Sui tights rock as usual.
Not a fan of the pouches, but those belts, fans and umbrellas oh my ♥♥♥
I’m dying for a pair of Anna Sui Spring 2011 sunglasses!
Anna Sui cosmetics line is huge in Japan, especially with Lolitas.
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Finally! The first piece of the Spring 2011 ad campaign. What do you think of it? To be honest, I don’t really like Hanne Gaby Odiele as an Anna Sui model and I wish Kristina Romanova was making a different face, but I really love the setting and, of course, the clothes. <3 Looking forward to see the un-split version of this ad.
Thanks to Galism for pointing out to me that the latest Vivi magazine issue had this.
I have the pleasure of gracing your dashboard with this beautiful Spring 2011 Cosmetics Collection advertisement, starring Frida Gustavsson again! The theme for this collection is “Shine Like An Actress”.
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Anna Sui is faithful again to her tremendous good taste with her new Spring 2011 RTW collection. Looks varies from native-americanish, hippie-ish, cowboyish and boho chic styles. Lots of see-through, lace and, bien-sûr, prints! Loads of them, as usual. And feathers, too. Everywhere.
She cited Days of Heaven, the Terrence Malick movie from 1978 that is one of her favorites. From it, she extrapolated a dusty, sun-faded world of pioneer women, which led her on to Joni Mitchell and the girls of Laurel Canyon in late-sixties L.A.
That sums it up well. Except for those kickass and sexy black dresses in the second half of the show. Once again, Anna Sui stands out on the catwalk. Now, I wonder which pieces I’ll get for myself? Brad-T is going to help me pick! :D
P.S.: I don’t care what you say, I love how she paired socks with wedge sandals!