Dea rosa – A/W 2011




Shown in Charcoal Cashmere and Campari Ostrich – Retail: $1,200 



Shown in Tangerine Ostrich -Retail: $1350



Shown in Jade Python – Retail: $975 



Shown in Rust Cashmere and Rust Python -Retail: $1500



Shown in Tejus Lizard in Neptune -Retail: $600



Shown in Sardinia Ostrich – Retail: $750



Shown in Charcoal Double-Faced Cashmere and Natural Ring Lizard – Retail: $750



Shown in Chocolate Python- Retail: $1200

I was recently introduced to a brand called “Dea Rosa” which is brought up by Andria Mitsakos and I must say I am in love with her designs. Her autumn /winter 2011 collection is absolutely stunning! This collection was inspired by her recent trip to Cambodia, (where my mum’s from-that’s what got my attention) and incorporated a lot of exotic skin and the finest Cashmere all made in Italy!

These are my favorite pieces form the collection… as you can see I have a huge obsession for over-sized clutches. So they’re going on my New Year’s wish list.

Find DEA ROSA on

• Website http://www.dearosa.com/

• Twitter @dearosaitaly

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