Eeek! The Outnet & Oscar De La Renta Collab Is Really Rather Wonderful

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    In the midst of high gifting season, The Outnet and Oscar de la Renta have announced their second collaboration — and not a moment too soon. The 19-piece line of signature de la Renta party looks in an array of shades, delectable textures, and bold prints will launch on December 17 with street-style superstar Miroslava Duma as its online ambassador. Swoon.

    So, if you have any funds left after buying your nearest and dearest the picks from their holiday wish lists, you may want to consider gifting yourself with a dress or two from this designer collection. Yes, prices are on the steep side: A sleeveless lace tank is $325, and a floor-length gown will run you $1,095. But, since every piece is produced at the same factory where the label’s mainline collection is made, costs are being kept down because of the use of pre-existing fabrics and patterns.

    Click ahead to glimpse a preview of some of the highfalutin looks, and watch Duma in a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot, where she reminisces about her mother wearing the famed designer's clothing when she was a little girl. Perhaps it’s time to create our very own Oscar de la Renta memories. Who’s with us? (WWD)

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