Christian Siriano, the former Project Runway designer presented a stylish Fall 2011 Collection during New York Fashion Week. Inspired by plant life (photographs of black orchids to be precise), Christian Siriano featured a palette of moss green, mauve pink, and muted black in the dresses adorned with laser-cut flower detailing, 3D incarnations as if they had petals and leaves.

It started as a dark collection but later turned into palette of rose pink and forest green. Styling the show was Danielle Nachmani who has earlier styled the Olsens and Piper Perabo.

Christian Siriano Autumn/Winter 2011-12 Show opened with slew of models stepping on runway wearing tailored jackets pieced in various textures of black over sheer skirts. They paved the way for ladylike suits and coats like snug turtlenecks were paired with some pretty fabulous trousers with over-sized cuffs.

Looks like a long tulip skirt with a lean black turtleneck, suit with a portrait collar and awkward ruffled skirt, massive petal-pink ball skirt paired with a simple gray silk tee looked chic. Christian upped the ante with some ruffles and tulle showed up inth ball gowns.

Christian Siriano fall 2011 gowns were dreamy and lady like. It included a moody-hued orchid-print organza cocktail dress with a pretty swirling drape that ended in a rosette on one shoulder, a flowing green printed strapless gown and a long-sleeved, embellished mini.

There was everything a fashionista can ask for like  jackets, skirts, pants, as well as beautiful dresses and fantasy gowns. Completing looks of Christian Siriano Fall 2011 runway show models were gold hardware and five-inch heels from Christian Siriano for Payless fall 2011 collection.

Heels were interesting but it made one model trip and fall on the runway. Gracing front row were Gabrielle Union, Mena Suvari and Alexa Chung. Enjoy the collection and stay connected with in comment box below and also don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for more. 

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