Oscar de la Renta Childrenswear Debut

If you've been keeping up to date on OscarPRGirl's twitter, you know that the oh-so-cute childrenswear line by Oscar de la Renta is now online.

 

 

The collection is simple - offering polos, rompers, blazers, and ties for boys and colorful dresses, shorts, and swimsuits for girls.

The line includes clothing for girls and boys ages 18 months to 14 year old which you can currently find online on the Oscar de la Renta website. You can also find it at Oscar de la Renta boutiques and Bergdorf Goodman.

 

Mad, Classy, Men (and Women)

The award-winning series, Mad Men, is coming back in the form of stylish clothes March 1.

Banana Republic is reviving the Mad Men Collection in stores and online, (so you can get your viewing party outfit together) just in time for the fifth season premiere on March 25 (9 p.m. EST on AMC).

Season 4 had ended in 1965, so you will definitely be needing pieces from the collection to watch this great comeback of the hit '60s show.

The clothes are made in conjunction with Banana Republic and the Mad Men Emmy-winning costume designer Janie Bryant so you can rest assured that the clothing will be Mad Men like.

The creative director of Banana Republic, Simon Kneen, tells The Hollywood Reporter that "spring delivers a whole new palette and gave us an excuse to draw from different scenes and wardrobes from the show as inspiration."

The 40 piece collection of menswear and womenswear will consist of bright colors, chic trench coats, dapper separates for men, tailored dresses, and statement accessories like print scarves and leopard print pump heels according to amctv.

According to Fashionista, prices will range for $35 - $355. Not bad for a sure-to-be timeless collection. Grab pieces for spring (and the viewing party, of course) and stay classy!

 

Charlotte Ronson

Time to begin the Spring 2011 Fashion Week posts even though it ended on the 16th. At least I'm getting to it!
And I'm starting it off with Charlotte Ronson's collection which presented on September 11.
Her collection perfectly mixes feminine with grungy, piecing together plaids and florals with dark colors. She brings forth a laid-back look with slouchy and sheer clothing and combat boots and heels worn with socks.


Charlotte's first collection, C. Ronson, came out in 2000 and two years later she opened her own flagship store in New York. Gaining much success and publicity, she changed the name of her collection to Charlotte Ronson. As years went on, Ronson designed a line called Play by C. Ronson for Urban Outfitters. A year later, in Spring of 2009, she signed a deal with JC Penny and came out with a line called I [Heart] Ronson. Never failing to disappoint, Charlotte Ronson's collections for Fashion Week as well her collaborations with retailers are always beautiful and carry charm.

Zac Posen & Target

At 29 years old, Zac Posen, an amazing designer, is pairing up with Target. With a kick-off party in New York last night, Zac Posen for Target will be officially available at Target starting April 25th and only until May 29th. Mark your calendars!
This collection is probably the one that I'm most excited about. From seeing his designs on the runway, so fresh and clean-cut, and now seeing them at a low price (all 44 pieces are under $200) at a store located right in my city...it's perfect.
Among pieces will be swimsuits, shirts, and of course dresses, including a full-length gown.

Zac Posen for Target


Floral-print brocade tie dress $74.99