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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Fashionista Anna Dello Russo is All Designer Threads and Abercrombie & Fitch...

Looking stunning for the Dolce & Gabbana Spring-Summer 2012 show in Milano.
Image by, and used with permission from, Style Tao.  |  (image source)
She's quite the fun, delightful, darling celebrity of the fashion world... Anna Dello Russo generated quite the buzz last year when she shared, during a sit down with her friend Peter Dundas (creative director for the Italian Emilio Pucci label), that she wears Abercrombie & Fitch sportswear for exercise. The conversation including that tidbit was published in article form by the Financial Times and spread like wildfire across le monde de la mode. You can read The Sitch on Fitch post (here). But as it now turns out, Dello Russo actually shared her preference for Abercrombie & Fitch much earlier...

In a little Telegraph vid from October 2010, she previewed a small sample of her wares inside her suite at the Paris Ritz while in town for Paris Fashion Week. It is in this video where she comments, "When I'm not wearing- When I don't dress up, I am wearing Abercrombie." The girl goes all-American "casual luxury" in general, not just for yoga, when not donning thousand-dollar "dress up" clothes. Funny how it took an article from the Financial Times to stir fashionistas' curiosity after the revelation had already been made back in 2010 through the Telegraph vid...



Anyone who knows of Dello Russo – currently the creative consultant and editor-at-large for Vogue Japan – is aware of her lavish and explosively creative looks, tastes, and love with high-fashion, luxury pieces. Hence, the buzz about Dello Russo wearing anything other than high-fashion. However, anyone knowledgeable in the art of fashion and style should very well know that the mix-use of luxury pieces with casualwear is a contemporary classic. The now historic cover of American Vogue November 1988 – the premier Vogue issue of the iconic Anna Wintour as Editor-in-Chief – was unprecedented at the time and brought the high/casual mix to revolutionary spotlight. ...Fendi and Fitch? Now that's an idea!



WE LOVE DELLO RUSSO!



Stay FIERCE!