The Manish Arora Autumn/Winter 2012 Collection Boasts Twisting Vines

By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman - Published: Mar 3, 2012 • References: & fashionising
The Manish Arora Autumn/Winter 2012 collection features black and white dresses that look like overgrown walls that one might see in a British garden. Boasting rich textures and vibrant green accents, the pieces in this collection are certainly noteworthy for the upcoming spring season.

The dresses have spots where one can see a bit of brick wall breaking through and covered in vines that are actually three-dimensional. The greenery drapes over the dresses as if it was actually growing out of the fabric. Luckily, the vines are fake so they don't actually need watering or daily doses of sunlight.

The models showing off the The Manish Arora Autumn/Winter 2012 collection would be the perfect people to hire as spies because they know how to blend into a garden landscape. Stats for Overgrown Garden Garments Trending: Older & Average
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