Please upgrade your browser for the best Refinery29 experience. Read more.

From The Detachable Collar Down: Eleven Objects' First FULL Collection

  1. Begin Slideshow
    EOopen

    287

    SHARES

    0 comments
    See All Slides

    Eleven Objects is the type of brand whose expertise is wholly contemporary. Since the first collection (fall '11), the label has focused entirely on one of the trendiest modern accessories imaginable: the detachable collar.

    Its luxe accessories — often encrusted with jewels or studs and fetching hundreds of dollars for the effort — were so spellbinding, they started showing up on the necks of influential style bloggers and in magazine spreads alike. Now for fall '12, Eleven Objects has taken the magic of their neckbands and applied it to a full collection that outfits the entire body.

    While there are still collars that beg for attention, they're taking a backseat to the new looks, which are dark and lush, heavy on peplum accents, gilded fabrics, and sheer skirting — just the type of expansion you might expect from the line. This season's efforts are lovely, but also just make plain good business sense: You never know when the market (and street-style superstars) will tire of the ever-present detachable collar.

    Photo: Courtesy of Eleven Objects
    Begin Slideshow

MORE SLIDESHOWS

Shopping

Is This Summer's Most Romantic Fashion Trend?

Forget speed dating, we have a more practical way to up the romance factor this season. Delicate lace is subtly sexy enough for when you're feeling playful, but it will also keep you feeling light and airy during summer's unbearable humid spells. Talk about dating material. So, we took to the web and rounded up 20 read

Celebs & Influencers

'80s NYC With Madonna & Debbie Harry: Maripol Tells All

Maripol could easily be considered the gatekeeper of ’80s club culture. The French-born artist documented goings-on at The Factory, Max’s Kansas City, and The Mudd Club using her Polaroid — not without incident, of course. “My camera would be stolen and I’d get a bit discouraged,” she recalls, mentioning other read