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The Saks Fifth Avenue online shop has added more styles from Anna’s Spring-Summer 2013 collection. There’s a nice video option on the website and it’s always fun to see our clothes on a different model.
Always ahead of the style curve, the Saks Fifth Avenue online shop is already offering select pieces from Anna’s Spring-Summer 2013 White Label Collection.
Watch annascholz.com too– we’ll be launching pieces from the new season in the next few weeks!
See more at Saksfifthavenue.com and tell us what you think!
A selection of pieces from Anna’s Autumn-Winter 2012 collection is now available online in Salon Z on the Saks Fifth Avenue website.
We love the way the model is styled, and the video option on the website is also very nice– you can see how the garments move on the body.
We hope more and more of Anna’s designs will make their way to our friends “across the pond”!
Tell us what you think!
We’re loving the way Anna’s current collection looks on saksfifthavenue.com
Anna’s collections have been available for the past few seasons on the Salon Z section of this luxurious US-based website. Saks has a few styles available that we won’t have on our own website, so it’s definitely worth checking out to make sure you’ve covered all of your options. There’s a nifty video option on the website as well, which is always helpful.
Tell us what you think!
Anna’s latest collection is now on Saks Fifth Avenue’s online shop. We’re loving the way the clothes are styled on the model. It’s always nice to see the collection styled in a variety of ways and on a variety of bodies.
Hopefully, it keeps our fans as inspired as it does us!
These lovely pieces are also available on the annascholz web shop, which is based in the UK.
Harrods disappointed many recently by closing the doors of its plus-size department. On the plus side (pun intended), high-end US department store Saks Fifth Avenue has begun offering plus sizes in some of its designer brands.
Starting with the Autumn-Winter 2010 season, Saks will stock larger sizes from luxury brands Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, YSL, Alexander McQueen, Roberto Cavalli and others. Shoppers will be able to purchase these designers in size 14 and possibly up to size 20, depending on the label.
The larger sizes will only be available in New York and the quantities will be limited. But if it works in Manhattan, larger sizes will follow in Saks outposts throughout the rest of the US.
In a recent Independent online article about the size development at Saks, Anna was quoted as saying that she believes such moves do mean that the fashion industry’s “unhealthy attitude” is changing. “You can see this over the last six months in particular with the launch of websites such as Vogue Curvy fronted by the plus-size model Crystal Renn,” Anna told reporter Carola Long of The Independent.
A selection of Anna’s latest plus-size designer styles is currently available on the Saks online shop– hopefully on the shopfloors soon too!
To read more, click here.