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Avenue 32 offers more rising fashion stars collection
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Mar '12
Avenue 32 is more than an online store. The store regularly introduces new labels to its constantly growing collection and this week has been no different with several exciting new lines made available, including Ohne Titel, Barbara Casasola and Sara Bataglia.

From a lemon yellow, winged mini dress in silk to a herring red cotton tank and colour blocked knit cardigan, the striking Ohne Titel collection at Avenue 32 features original constructions and appealing bright, playful, positive colour schemes. A range of outfits are available along with some gorgeous gladiator sandals, perfect for the summer.

Designers Flora Gill and Alexa Adams pair architectural shape and soft draping with a focus on the ideal fit and finish of an outfit. Ohne Titel clothing provide intelligent design choices for the strong modern woman.

Barbara Casasola brings her signature feminine designs to Avenue 32 through her eponymous label, which is available now. After working for Roberto Cavalli in Florence, Barbara worked with Gabriele Greiss in Paris on assignments for Lanvin before launching her eponymous label in 2011. This rising star of the fashion world has focused on cocktail and occasion wear, using a neutral colour palette combined with bold accents.

All Barbara Casasola clothing is made with care and expertise in Italy, from the pleated monastic gown and the profile evening dress in silk georgette to the short inside-out dress and square shoulder summer coat. Every item in the Barbara Casasola collection is a grand, gorgeous piece of evening wear and every item is exclusive to Avenue 32.

Also available are some eye-catching Sara Battaglia bullet bags. With loud orange, pink and yellow colouration, high quality leather detailing and Native American design, each Mochila bag makes a fun addition to your summer wardrobe.

Sara is the younger sister of Vogue fashion director Giovanna Battaglia and her cutting edge daytime bags are already a hit with fashion connoisseurs around the world. Sara Battaglia bags feature thick leather fringes and metal details in order to make a powerful statement.

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