Oscar de la Renta launches a second collaboration with The Outnet

Oscar de la Renta for The Outnet Miroslava Duma
Photography courtesy The Outnet
Oscar de la Renta for The Outnet Miroslava Duma
Photography courtesy The Outnet

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Oscar de la Renta is back for another round at The Outnet, launching his latest collaboration with the high end discount e-tailer with pint-sized Russian powerhouse, Miroslava Duma as its face. For those who aren’t familiar with Duma’s IRL pursuits, the global street style star is the founder of fashion news website Buro247 as well as the digital media director at Russian department store, Tsum.

The 19-piece capsule collection is set for sale next Tuesday December 17 and is a distinct but accessible concoction of De la Renta’s signature evening party dresses and resort wear.  As a long time fan of the brand, Ms. Duma tells The Outnet, “Oscar de la Renta’s style is very classic, very uptown—it makes you feel confident, chic and elegant.”

It’s the perfect storm for de la Renta fans: bold prints, embellished jackets, structured but feminine silhouettes in bright jewel tones, cotton sundresses in ikat print, polka dot and stripes. As Duma puts it, the designs are statements in and of themselves.

WWD reports that the collections pieces are made in the same factory as Oscar de la Renta’s main collection, but are less expensive because they make use of existing patterns and fabrics on hand.  The collections pieces range in price from $325 for a top to $1,095 for a floor-length dress.