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Cult Parisian label American Retro has joined forces with Russian designer Alexander Terekhov to create a capsule collection inspired by…the yellow brick road. Well, Disney’s Oz: The Great And The Powerful, to be more precise.
We must warn you that there are no ruby-red slippers or blue gingham dresses in the collaboration, rather a sharp edit of graphic-print separates and color-pop dresses. We’re particularly taken with the harlequin-print skater skirt. Street-style superstar Miroslava Duma is the face of the campaign, and in these exclusive behind-the-scenes pictures of the shoot, one can really see how she brings the clothes to life. Dorothy would most definitely have approved.
Oz the Great and Powerful capsule line by American Retro and Alexander Terekhov, available May 15 at American Retro.
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