More on LAUREN ELAINE F/W 2010

At the poorly lit fog filled Key Club theater, Lauren Elaine presented 24 looks from her Fall/Winter Collection. Though the lighting was awful for photography, the set-up established the mood the designer wanted to achieve. For Lauren Elaine,  whose overall mission as a designer is recreating the princess-archetype for the modern woman, Fall 2010 was a chance to explore a slightly darker, edgier side with a coquettish twist.  Taking inspiration from the classic tale of “Little Red Riding Hood,” the new collection still features the classic vintage shapes of past collections, but in such bold fabric choices as black metallic animal print brocades, rich jewel-toned silks, antique laces, and in shapes with exaggerated bell sleeves, sharp asymmetrical ruffled necklines, and mini baby doll strapless cocktail dresses.

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