Why Altuzarra’s Latest Collection Was Made for the Red Carpet

The proof is in the pudding. Or at least in these pictures.

Jennifer Lawrence at X-Men: Apocalypse Press Conference in London
(Photo: Instagram/Altzuarra).
Kendall Jenner during Paris Fashon Week with Selby Drummond, Joseph Altuzarra and Anna Wintour
(Photo: Facebook/Altuzarra).
Rose Byrne at AOL Build Speaker Series
(Photo: Getty Images).
Jennifer Lawrence at CinemaCon
(Photo: Getty Images).
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Huma Abedin at the Met Gala
(Photo: Getty Images).
Zendaya on the May cover of Marie Claire
(Photo: Altuzarra).

There’s no denying the fact that Joseph Altuzarra knows his way around good design. The talented creative has been a favorite among the fashion ranks since he rolled a range of his own in 2008, following an internship at Marc Jacobs and gigs at Proenza Schouler and Givenchy. Every season since it’s launch, the Altuzarra collections have been dubbed a stylish success, but it was his Fall/Winter 2016 show this past February that really stunned.

While there were plenty of inventive fisherman sweaters, cozy yet cool shearling jackets, inventive shirtdresses and details–such as pearl buttons–that begged for a closer look, there was a clear champion of the collection: the printed dress. In particular, the paisley printed handkerchief hem frocks, which were dotted with delicate sparkles, stole the show. They toed the line between bohemian chic and sleek luxury and thus have proven a no brainer to be worn by some of today’s top starlets.

Jennifer Lawrence is clearly a fan, having worn two styles from the Fall/Winter collection, all while promoting her latest X-Men flick. Zendaya donned the dress on the May cover of Marie Claire, while even political powerhouse Huma Abedin rocked the style to the Met Gala just last week. Click through to see a few more examples that prove how Mr. Altuzarra nailed it with this collection.

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