Rosemary Mac Cabe

Hemlines, heels and haute couture – your daily dose

Elle Fanning is a sherbet dream in Rodarte

Nothing makes you yearn for spring quite like pastels and Elle Fanning in these sugary, new season dresses by Rodarte couture is no exception. The shoot, by iconic photographer Bill Owens, is for a special edition of A Magazine curated …

Tue, Jan 10, 2012, 08:30

   

Nothing makes you yearn for spring quite like pastels and Elle Fanning in these sugary, new season dresses by Rodarte couture is no exception. The shoot, by iconic photographer Bill Owens, is for a special edition of A Magazine curated by Kate and Laura Mulleavy.

But don’t get too excited about the collection just yet as it’s the first and last time it’ll be shot – it’s been acquired by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as part of their permanent collection (nooooooooo!). Fashion pervs with unrealistic bank balances – 0. Culture – 5,000,0000. Le sigh.

This guest post was created by Sarah O’Hegarty of The Tinder Box. If you’re interested in guest posting for Fash Mob, send a short outline of what you’d like to do – and why! – to rmaccabe@irishtimes.com

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