The Anja Rubik Vogue Paris September 2011 issue shows a more bohemian earthy collection for woman's fashion. Finally getting over a wave of intense studded, black leather and disciplinarian dom wear, fashion is going back to its roots. Taking from the 1960's and 1970's fashion of flower power, clothing design is turning back to its more romantic and feminine roots.
Featuring flared bottoms and fur hats, along with fringed dresses the Anja Rubik Vogue Paris editorial shows off modernized versions of hippie fashion. There is something absolutely romantic and undeniably effeminate about these fashion pieces. This new wave of groovy fashion is certainly unorthodox, but a welcome change for those fashionistas looking for a softer approach to fashion.