The Izma Fall 2011 Lookbook Uses Dark Tones to Create Classic Elegance

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: May 12, 2011 • References: izma & lookbooks
Created by Toronto duo Adrian Mainella and Izzy Camilleri, the Izma Fall 2011 lookbook is an exquisite take on an age-old trend. While the traditional mink coat may never truly go out of style, contemporary perspectives, especially those seen in this collection, adopt the spectacular cuts of this generation, from cropped and blazer-esque silhouettes to cinched waistcoats.

Lookbook magazine describes the collection as seen in this year's LG Fashion Week: "the stunningly bold colors, chic silhouettes, and innovative designs of Canadian pelts made for nothing short of a standout collection."

The collection touches upon every style and cut a fur piece can possibly adopt: vests, capelets, coats, boleros and jackets. Each is paired with the perfect and simplest item to complement the luxurious furs.

The Izma Fall 2011 lookbook is one to watch for, with this refreshing take on furs bringing back and spicing up an old favorite! Stats for Somber Fur Fashion Trending: Older & Average
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