Just last month, Banana Republic announced they would be launching a capsule collection inspired by the upcoming film Anna Karenina, and now it's here! Well, almost.
The capsule holiday line collab between the film's costume designer, Jacqueline Durran, and the label's creative director, Simon Kneen, is elegantly romantic and we can't wait to get our hands on the beautiful fashionables.
Just in case you missed our previous broadcast of the line, here are the deets:
The women's attire is very 19th century with Russian accents similar to Karenina's with a modern Banana Republic fusion appeal including lace, bedazzled clutches, costume jewelry, faux fur accessories and feather hair pieces.
For the gentleman, the retailer followed the same 19th century structure creating double and single breasted topcoats in houndstooth patterns, coats, parkas, and fitted suits with faux fur collar highlights.
How fashionably enchanting!
Too bad the get-ups won't be available until October, which is right in time for the movie's big November premiere, but for now we have lots of pics.
Take a look at the collection (below)!
[Images courtesy of Banana Republic.]
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