#odlrspring2018

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A signature never looked so good!
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Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018 #Repost @oscardelarenta
Haynes Abney-Rajbhandary

A signature never looked so good!
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Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018 #Repost @oscardelarenta

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LOVE! ❤️💕 #odlrspring2018
Kim

LOVE! ❤️💕 #odlrspring2018

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#Repost @oscardelarenta 
Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018
Cecilia Fernandez

#Repost @oscardelarenta
Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018

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Mayowa Nicholas models the navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery by Oscar de la renta #odlrspring2018 @oscardelarenta @mayowanicholas @elizabeth_elohor @bethmodelafrica
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Mayowa Nicholas models the navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery by Oscar de la renta #odlrspring2018 @oscardelarenta @mayowanicholas @elizabeth_elohor @bethmodelafrica

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#Repost @oscardelarenta (@get_repost)
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Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018
Repost Queen👑

#Repost @oscardelarenta (@get_repost)
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Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018

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Inspiração! 
#Repost @oscardelarenta with @repostapp
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Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018
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Inspiração!
#Repost @oscardelarenta with @repostapp
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Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018

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#Repost @oscardelarenta (@get_repost)
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Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018
Anthony Wan - Digital Diary

#Repost @oscardelarenta (@get_repost)
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Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018

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@Regranned from @oscardelarenta -  Look 15: Ivory and black double face stretch wool dress with cut out collage embroidery. #odlrspring2018 - #regrann  #oscardelarenta
Analuz

@Regranned from @oscardelarenta - Look 15: Ivory and black double face stretch wool dress with cut out collage embroidery. #odlrspring2018 - #regrann #oscardelarenta

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@Regranned from @oscardelarenta -  Look 4: Navy stretch cotton poplin button-down shirt with white splatter embroidery, and navy stretch cotton poplin shirttail shorts. #odlrspring2018 - #regrann  #oscardelarenta
Analuz

@Regranned from @oscardelarenta - Look 4: Navy stretch cotton poplin button-down shirt with white splatter embroidery, and navy stretch cotton poplin shirttail shorts. #odlrspring2018 - #regrann #oscardelarenta

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@Regranned from @oscardelarenta -  Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018 - #regrann  #oscardelarenta
Analuz

@Regranned from @oscardelarenta - Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018 - #regrann #oscardelarenta

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Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018
Oscar de la Renta

Look 41: ivory tulle gown with black bonded and laser cut ribbon tweed. #odlrspring2018

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Donald Robertson captured our Spring '18 collection through his eyes. Here is a sketch of look 41. #odlrspring2018
Oscar de la Renta

Donald Robertson captured our Spring '18 collection through his eyes. Here is a sketch of look 41. #odlrspring2018

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A bts shot from fittings. #odlrspring2018
Oscar de la Renta

A bts shot from fittings. #odlrspring2018

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Look 4: Navy stretch cotton poplin button-down shirt with white splatter embroidery, and navy stretch cotton poplin shirttail shorts. #odlrspring2018
Oscar de la Renta

Look 4: Navy stretch cotton poplin button-down shirt with white splatter embroidery, and navy stretch cotton poplin shirttail shorts. #odlrspring2018

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A combination of textures. #odlrspring2018
Oscar de la Renta

A combination of textures. #odlrspring2018

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At Sotheby's

Repost from @justfashionworld 
This collection is PERFECT. Chic, modern and girly.  @oscardelarenta
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#nyfw #oscardelarenta #odlrspring2018 #fashion #fashionweek
AMCR

Repost from @justfashionworld
This collection is PERFECT. Chic, modern and girly. @oscardelarenta
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#nyfw #oscardelarenta #odlrspring2018 #fashion #fashionweek

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My favorite collection from NYFW ♥ Oscar de la Renta Spring -18
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#nyfw #fashionweek #odlrspring2018 #oscardelarenta #fashion
AMCR

My favorite collection from NYFW ♥ Oscar de la Renta Spring -18
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First off, please feel free to share this image if you feel this is wrong! Read on…

We would say that @oscardelarenta is so last season, but on this occasion its so two seasons ago… here are our all-white looks from Cimone’s SS17 catwalk collection shown @fashionscoutlondon vs @Oscardelarenta SS18 collection. How can young brands compete with the big names when this happens? We are sure shops will be clamouring to stock these looks, but did anyone even comment on the Cimone SS17 embroidered paint splashes?

The reason that our CD, Carli, ever started her own brand was because every time she presented an idea like this at any of the big companies in which she worked, she was shunned. Now, it seems, we can present these more off piste ideas that she has been saving up throughout her career, and they are now adopted by the mainstream that rejected them in the first place. This idea was particularly personal and sentimental – as with this Carli won the seal of approval from the late, great, Louise Wilson on her MA. 
How can young brands hope to survive when we have to compete against the theft of ideas, the theft of aesthetic, of colour, of sensibility.

This season we skipped LFW to concentrate on a new strategy to allow us to offer what big brands cannot – a truly bespoke service and unique brand experience. If there was ever a reason to believe that this departure from fashion week is the right move, then this Oscar de la Renta ‘rip’ highlights more than ever the struggle that young labels face. How can we compete, or have a unique voice, when those with a huge following on their side claim our creativity as their originality. If this was intentional, it is a disaster. If it was unintentional, it just goes to show that no matter what we do to put ourselves out there, or how much of our budget goes on a showcase, unless we are a big name already we shouldn’t bother. Are good ideas only validated if they come from the ‘right’ place?

If editors don’t attend our shows, and don’t pay attention to what is happening with young brands, then yes, Oscar de la Renta might seem new and exciting – but maybe, just maybe, young brands are worth looking at...
CIMONE

First off, please feel free to share this image if you feel this is wrong! Read on…

We would say that @oscardelarenta is so last season, but on this occasion its so two seasons ago… here are our all-white looks from Cimone’s SS17 catwalk collection shown @fashionscoutlondon vs @Oscardelarenta SS18 collection. How can young brands compete with the big names when this happens? We are sure shops will be clamouring to stock these looks, but did anyone even comment on the Cimone SS17 embroidered paint splashes?

The reason that our CD, Carli, ever started her own brand was because every time she presented an idea like this at any of the big companies in which she worked, she was shunned. Now, it seems, we can present these more off piste ideas that she has been saving up throughout her career, and they are now adopted by the mainstream that rejected them in the first place. This idea was particularly personal and sentimental – as with this Carli won the seal of approval from the late, great, Louise Wilson on her MA.
How can young brands hope to survive when we have to compete against the theft of ideas, the theft of aesthetic, of colour, of sensibility.

This season we skipped LFW to concentrate on a new strategy to allow us to offer what big brands cannot – a truly bespoke service and unique brand experience. If there was ever a reason to believe that this departure from fashion week is the right move, then this Oscar de la Renta ‘rip’ highlights more than ever the struggle that young labels face. How can we compete, or have a unique voice, when those with a huge following on their side claim our creativity as their originality. If this was intentional, it is a disaster. If it was unintentional, it just goes to show that no matter what we do to put ourselves out there, or how much of our budget goes on a showcase, unless we are a big name already we shouldn’t bother. Are good ideas only validated if they come from the ‘right’ place?

If editors don’t attend our shows, and don’t pay attention to what is happening with young brands, then yes, Oscar de la Renta might seem new and exciting – but maybe, just maybe, young brands are worth looking at...

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First off, please feel free to share this image if you feel this is wrong! Read on…

We would say that Oscar de la Renta is so last season, but on this occasion its so two seasons ago… here are our all-white looks from Cimone’s SS17 catwalk collection shown @fashionscoutlondon vs Oscar de la Renta’s SS18 collection. How can young brands compete with the big names when this happens? We are sure shops will be clamouring to stock these looks, but did anyone even comment on the Cimone SS17 embroidered paint splashes?

The reason that our CD, Carli, ever started her own brand was because every time she presented an idea like this at any of the big companies in which she worked, she was shunned. Now, it seems, we can present these more off piste ideas that she has been saving up throughout her career, and they are now adopted by the mainstream that rejected them in the first place. This idea was particularly personal and sentimental – as with this Carli won the seal of approval from the late, great, Louise Wilson on her MA. 
How can young brands hope to survive when we have to compete against the theft of ideas, the theft of aesthetic, of colour, of sensibility.

This season we skipped LFW to concentrate on a new strategy to allow us to offer what big brands cannot – a truly bespoke service and unique brand experience. If there was ever a reason to believe that this departure from fashion week is the right move, then this Oscar de la Renta ‘rip’ highlights more than ever the struggle that young labels face. How can we compete, or have a unique voice, when those with a huge following on their side claim our creativity as their originality. If this was intentional, it is a disaster. If it was unintentional, it just goes to show that no matter what we do to put ourselves out there, or how much of our budget goes on a showcase, unless we are a big name already we shouldn’t bother. Are good ideas only validated if they come from the ‘right’ place?

If editors don’t attend our shows, and don’t pay attention to what is happening with young brands, then yes, Oscar de la Renta might seem new and exciting – but maybe, just maybe, young brands are worth looking at...
CIMONE

First off, please feel free to share this image if you feel this is wrong! Read on…

We would say that Oscar de la Renta is so last season, but on this occasion its so two seasons ago… here are our all-white looks from Cimone’s SS17 catwalk collection shown @fashionscoutlondon vs Oscar de la Renta’s SS18 collection. How can young brands compete with the big names when this happens? We are sure shops will be clamouring to stock these looks, but did anyone even comment on the Cimone SS17 embroidered paint splashes?

The reason that our CD, Carli, ever started her own brand was because every time she presented an idea like this at any of the big companies in which she worked, she was shunned. Now, it seems, we can present these more off piste ideas that she has been saving up throughout her career, and they are now adopted by the mainstream that rejected them in the first place. This idea was particularly personal and sentimental – as with this Carli won the seal of approval from the late, great, Louise Wilson on her MA.
How can young brands hope to survive when we have to compete against the theft of ideas, the theft of aesthetic, of colour, of sensibility.

This season we skipped LFW to concentrate on a new strategy to allow us to offer what big brands cannot – a truly bespoke service and unique brand experience. If there was ever a reason to believe that this departure from fashion week is the right move, then this Oscar de la Renta ‘rip’ highlights more than ever the struggle that young labels face. How can we compete, or have a unique voice, when those with a huge following on their side claim our creativity as their originality. If this was intentional, it is a disaster. If it was unintentional, it just goes to show that no matter what we do to put ourselves out there, or how much of our budget goes on a showcase, unless we are a big name already we shouldn’t bother. Are good ideas only validated if they come from the ‘right’ place?

If editors don’t attend our shows, and don’t pay attention to what is happening with young brands, then yes, Oscar de la Renta might seem new and exciting – but maybe, just maybe, young brands are worth looking at...

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Repost from @oscardelarenta using Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018
highfashioninstyle

Repost from @oscardelarenta using Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018

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One of the awesome designs displayed by @oscardelarenta during the #nyfw2017 #odlrspring2018
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One of the awesome designs displayed by @oscardelarenta during the #nyfw2017 #odlrspring2018

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@Regrann from @oscardelarenta -  Waiting for the moment. #odlrspring2018

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@Regrann from @oscardelarenta - Waiting for the moment. #odlrspring2018

Exclusive Designers Panama

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Isn't this Oscar de la Renta gown just gorgeous? It's from their Spring 2018 line. Look 37. I LOVE navy blue! That's my black! 
#fashionillustration #illustration #fashionofinstagram #fashionsketch #oscardelarenta #odlrspring2018 #navyisthenewblack #fingerdrawing #gorgeousgowns #illustratingnk #creativemuslimwomen
Naseeba

Isn't this Oscar de la Renta gown just gorgeous? It's from their Spring 2018 line. Look 37. I LOVE navy blue! That's my black!
#fashionillustration #illustration #fashionofinstagram #fashionsketch #oscardelarenta #odlrspring2018 #navyisthenewblack #fingerdrawing #gorgeousgowns #illustratingnk #creativemuslimwomen

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#Repost @oscardelarenta 
Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018
Cecilia Fernandez

#Repost @oscardelarenta
Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018

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Waiting for the moment. #odlrspring2018
Oscar de la Renta

Waiting for the moment. #odlrspring2018

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@oscardelarenta
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Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018
Maison Bragança

@oscardelarenta
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Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018

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Dress lacrador!! 😍
@Regrann from @oscardelarenta -  Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018
Ana Clara

Dress lacrador!! 😍
@Regrann from @oscardelarenta - Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018

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@Regrann from @oscardelarenta - An Oscar statement. #odlrspring2018
New & Luxury Consigment

@Regrann from @oscardelarenta - An Oscar statement. #odlrspring2018

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Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018
Oscar de la Renta

Look 37: navy gazaar strapless gown with gold dropped paint embroidery. #odlrspring2018

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