PARIS, Mar 4, 2011/FW/— The quaint boutique setting on Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle was surely a foreshadowing of the serenity to come as soft blush tones and tranquil greens poured onto the runway at the Anne Valerie Hash show on Wednesday afternoon.

Beautiful flowing layers were balanced with slouchy overcoats, and ankle-cropped trousers added a masculine touch to the delicacy of the uber-feminine blouses. Not to mention, a chunky platform wedge grounded the outfit with perfection.

Hash certainly crafted recognizable trends into something extraordinary and long-living by using her former couturier techniques to construct shearling coats and draped wool jackets into something functional yet noticeably accomplished.

Immaculately feminine ruffles made silk minis, pantsuits, and tops an elegant indulgence for the upcoming season paired naturally with a super-side part and deep rose-colored lips. This collection was truly a crossover between art and fashion.


Paris Prêt-a-porter Fall 2011