Spotted on everyone from Beyonce to Michelle Obama, the mixed prints look is young, playful and even loud. Leave it to ubertalented designer, Lola Faturoti, to reimagine the trend with a regal, sophisticated flair. Prints like 50s style black and white polka dots and pink leopard mesh seamlessly together as the root of Faturoti’s Fall 2011 collection.

Earmarked for the smart, confident woman with a bit of sass, the new line is as elegant as it is effortless. It encompasses modern and well-tailored looks that work for a variety of settings from the office to the nightclub to Sunday brunch.

The mixed prints look is only one of the modern trends Faturoti embraces without sacrificing her posh aesthetic. You’ll find fringe, harem pants, bright colors and bow details here, each with a renewed sense of refinement.

We especially love the two-tone knee-length skirt that’s half pleats and half shiny metallic. It’s one of those rare, artful pieces that prompts strangers to ask “Where’d you get that from?” proving Faturoti’s designs are truly one-of-a-kind.

Check out highlights from the Fall 2011 line here:

 

What do you think of Lola Faturoti’s Fall 2011 collection?

-Jessica C. Andrews

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  • This is dope! I’m loving the pattern mixing going on and the shapes.