Polish fashion designer Anna Dudzinska is someone who knows just how to take something as boring as a knit sweater and turn it into a completely eye-catching fall-worthy piece.
Anna Dudzinska's fall and winter 2011 designs, featured in her 'Fash.Lab#2' lookbook photographed by Michal Andrysiak, are edgy and offbeat, yet still wearable (that is, of course, if you forget the weird black lip pencil on the model's face). Dudzinska is inspired by architecture and interior design, which is apparent in the Fash.Lab#2 collection. It features textural, three-dimensional cardigans, a chunky knit pant and a grey wrap that doubles as a shawl and a chic -- and very cozy-looking -- navy poncho. The line also includes a metallic, loose-fitting tee and edgy contrast trim leggings.
Anna Dudzinska may be new on the fashion scene but her latest pieces prove that she knows exactly what she's doing.
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