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4 Questions For: Charles Anastase

In this new video series, some of our favorite designers spill on their inspirations and Fashion Week survival tips.

Charles Anastase wasthe first designer of the fall collections to acknowledge theCopenhagen Climate Conference and how topsy turvy our global climate isbecoming. His collection, called "Winter Garden," was inspired bysummer fruits and foliage being available in the depths of winters. Asmuch as it was a political statement for the London-based Frenchman, italso translates into a really beautiful concept for a winter wardrobe:Pretty fruity pastel hues done on heavy felted wools and in chunkyknits, blanket coats, and tailoring with a '40s-'70s mix. In hisinterview Anastase may site Alexa Chung as having the most iconicstyle, but we're equally in sartorial love with his creativeconsultant and best friend Valentine Fillol-Coldier, who styled theshow.

Click through to check out our favorite looks from the fall collection.

We love the monochromatic, white-on-white--the varying texture and ankle-grazing proportions make it so luxurious.

The winter garden theme brings saturated, bright--but still chic--colors into the mix.

Charles' favorite look from the collection: an unexpected (and amazing) mix of tulle and knitwear.

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