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Eccentric fashionista Anna Dello Russo's fabulous carousel of style
Bright and bold was the order of the day for Anna Dello Russo as she showcased her new accesories range for H&M at Paris Fashion Week.
In bejewelled sunglasses and a tight embellished turquoise dress which featured a ram's face, Vogue Japan's editor-at-large put on a fabulously glamorous evening for her guests.
The eccentic Italian fashionista of had a gaggle of 'mini Annas' at the event, adorned with the her designer accesories and sporting matching sunglasses.
In keeping with the Parisian setting, the show aimed to be "an amusing cabaret that, while being pure Parisian entertainment, could also function as a metaphor of the carousel of fashion."
The 50-year-old's first collection will arrive in stores on October 4 and is made up of sunglasses, bags, shoes, jewellery and even a stylish suitcase that all reflect her love of decoration.
Anna, who owns over 4,000 pairs of shoes, expressed her excitement and honour at being asked to lead what she called a "special project" and added that she "wanted to create precious accessories that are impossible to find."
"As a stylist I know accessorising is essential - it is the personal touch to any outfit. With these pieces everybody can have fun, turning an ordinary day into a fantastic fashion day" she said.
Attending the dazzling event was model of the moment and Harry Styles' love interest Cara Delevingne, as well as actress and model Sky Ferreira, who looked chic in a black t-shirt and patterned trousers.
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