Ruffian for Anthropologie . . .

Anthropologie has exercised its design creativity with Ruffian’s Brian Wolk and Claude Morais.  Their new collection called Mise en Scene for the store features both clothes and housewares.  For their collection, classic films and movie stars were the true inspiration for Mise en Scene.  They include: Marlene Dietrich in Alfred Hitchcock’s “Stage Fright,” Gena Rowlands in John Cassavetes’ “Opening Night,” and Bette Davis in Joseph Mankiewicz’s “All About Eve.” (WWD)

According to blog, Nitrolicious

“The fall designs feature sophisticated fabrics such as cashmere, silk and bouclé and incorporate bespoke details such as custom metal buttons, European-inspired textiles, hand construction and architectural silhouettes, as well as Ruffian’s signature ruffles and novelty print linings.

Here are a few of my favorites from the new line. Albeit the collection is a tad over the price range for Anthropologie, but the clothes truly capture the look of an Anthro. girl:

anthro quilted velvet jacket

Quilted Velvet Jacket

Anthro jacquard gala dress

Jacquard Gala Dress

anthro flocked chiffon blouse

Flocked Chiffon Blouse

anthro new standard overcoat

New Standard Overcoat

anthro plush and flutter skirt

Plush and Flutter Skirt

anthro vine tights

Vine Tights

I absolutely love this new collection!! What do you think?



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