Oscar de la Renta Showcases Spring 2012 RTW

From colorful taffeta ballgowns, to '60s-inspired ensembles, Oscar de la Renta's Spring 2012 collection is lush, lavish, and over-the-top fun.

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A look from Oscar de la Renta's Spring 2012 collection.
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Oscar de la Renta presented his colorful, airy Spring 2012 ready-to-wear collection at his new 42nd Street showroom on Tuesday, with stars like Justin Timberlake and Ashley Olsen on the front row.
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De la Renta played with texture by combining a lace top with a taffeta skirt.
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Models in vibrant taffeta ballgowns traipsed down the runway to a soundtrack of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd.
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The fresh-faced, invisible make-up look allowed the audience's attention to focus on the intricate details and craftsmanship constant in Oscar de la Renta's work.
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The voluminous quality of the skirts was playfully complemented with a '70s-inspired frizzy hairdo.
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A floral headpiece added a bit of levity to this demure number.
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One of the more over-the-top pieces from the show proved that de la Renta is not one to restrain his vision.
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It seems the designer wasn't solely envisioning one type of woman when creating this collection: The show went from ballroom to a bit of the '60s with this detailed top accentuated with bold earrings.
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De la Renta punctuated his show with punches of bright colors, not to mention killer shoes.
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Saturated hues captivated throughout the collection.
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The black and and white sheaths covered with carefully-placed sequins created a lovely and refined look.
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A selection of bohemian looks lent a softer, serene tone to show abundant in embellishment.
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This Dynasty-esque dress juxtaposed with a '70s piece, captured the diversity of the collection.
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This lemon-hued gown with floral applique was certainly eye-catching.
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Organza galore! De la Renta chose this lavish number to close the show.
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