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Porter Grey Spring/Summer 2012 – New York Fashion Week

Even though it’s still the first month of fall, and there’s winter waiting for us in turn, our favorite fashion designers start to think even further, taking care that we’ll not have to wait to learn the new season’s trends. To reveal all their great ideas and to bring the incredible creations into surface, all renowned designers come together and organize a mesmerizing fashion event, all fashion-obsessed are looking forward to. And here is New York Fashion Week, this time devoted to Porter Grey.


Vintage still keeps to be the buzzword for spring/summer 2012, as Porter Grey has highlighted this timeless, powerful and chic trend in their incredible collection, which opened its doors to public on September 8th. Drawing inspiration from ‘50s and ‘60s fashion, the latest Porter Grey spring/summer 2012 collection channels charming retro vibe details into every single item, giving birth to amazingly feminine, subtle and extremely wearable outfits. Keeping simplicity as the key word for the new fashion line, Porter Grey brings designs with minimal prints, as well as non-printed items, highlighting the soft and ethereal vibe of the collection.
Gorgeous button-up blouses, chic mini dresses, voguish vintage shorts and wrap mini skirts makeup the collection, but you can also see such cute designs, as a fresh and feminine playsuit featuring side ruffled details, simple style jackets, long or midi dresses, as well as chic high waist capris that accentuate the beautiful silhouettes of a woman’s body.
The color palette of the collection is very mild and pure, featuring whites, nudes, beiges, yellows, light grey-blues, timeless blacks and striking fire reds that come to add a touch of modernism to the pieces and spice up the things in a bold way. So if you give a lot of place to dapper looks with a high dose of elegance, femininity and a vintage touch, draw inspiration from the latest Porter Grey spring/summer 2012 collection for your new style for the upcoming bright season.

Photo courtesy of WWD