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Today, in jubilee of a fact that Vogue is about 8.3 times as aged as theFashionSpot, a matchless Karl Lagerfeld expelled a limited-edition line of romantic, summery dresses. As a name implies, a Karl Lagerfeld Paris for Lord Taylor x Vogue 125 collection is accessible exclusively during Lord Taylor (or, some-more specifically, The Dress Address). Each pattern incorporates Vogue’s newly allocated signature flower, a American Beauty rose (as seen in a strike Kevin Spacey film). The floral-printed crepe outing dress and a cold-shoulder iteration are a personal faves.
For those not informed with Lagerfeld’s many, many brands, cruise “Paris” a synonym for “actually affordable.” Each of a 10 chic, happy dresses in a collection costs between $148 and $198. Those on a aloft finish of a cost spectrum are best matched to grave occasions (weddings, cocktail parties). The aforementioned printed slips are, as Vogue puts it, “great for a outing to a farmers’ market” when “paired with sneakers and a straw basket.”
Happy 125th anniversary, Vogue…and happy summer habit shopping, everybody else. Click by a gallery next to peruse the collection.