You know you're gonna get feminine, flirty, and dreamy whenever you peep a new collection from New York designer Erin Fetherston. Her offering for resort '11 won't disappoint those who love her signature aesthetic, with lots of pretty cocktail frocks, silk blouses with bows, and sweet cigarette pants. Inspired by the French film L'Amant, (or The Lover) a period-piece set in Indochina in the '20s, the line's got a definite franco feeling—we adore the straw boater hats, the nude pleated skirt, and the cropped black-and-white tux jacket. A welcome suprise? Fetherston's first foray into denim, a high-waisted, skin-tight, and marbled pair of blue jeans that are just parfait for Paris.
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