Anna Larson's Spring 2010 Debut Erro Collection Sticks to Shades of Gray, But Is Hardly Boring

Anna Larson's Spring 2010 Debut Erro Collection Sticks to Shades of Gray, But Is Hardly Boring

Anna Larson's Spring 2010 Debut Erro Collection Sticks to Shades of Gray, But Is Hardly Boring

>> Housed within the confines of the small Ohio Theater tonight were models on boxes, sporting Doc Martens and Anna Larson's debut Erro collection.  Larson's target girl is a "modern nomad," and she embodies Erro, which means "stray" in Latin, through easy-to-wear, layerable pieces in white and shades of gray. 

Bliss Lau contributed jewelry and her leather treatment skills to the Spring 2010 collection — the lambskin was crocheted, hand-distressed, and perforated; former Eventide designer and current stylist Christian Stroble consulted and styled; and Alexandra Richards was hidden above the crowd in the back, mixing the soundtrack. The pieces were visibly made of high-quality materials — always good for first impressions from a new designer — and the whole sensibility was mirrored by Larson herself, who was spotted chatting to Vogue's Mark Holgate sporting all black, goth-girl black hair, and heavy black eyeliner. 

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