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The ANNA Top by Katrin Schnabl Collection is as versatile as you are. Always classic, adaptable and eye-catching, the ANNA top can be worn in five distinct looks, to suit your mood, event, and lifestyle.
The Hooded Top: Pull the collar over your head for an instant winter style pop. Pairs well with classic jeans and your favorite coat for running errands around town.
The Shrug: Convert the ANNA Top into a warm shrug for dinner with friends. Moving outside to indoors is easy with the ANNA Top shrug style. Remove ANNA Top and zip up the side, slide arms through and show off your cozy couture.
The Wide Collar: Be bold with the ANNA Top's wide collar look. Smooth, elegant, and confident, the ANNA Top collar inverts to a smooth collar that keeps you warm and classy.
The Cowl: Go for chic comfort with the ANNA Top cowl look. Use the natural folds and weight in fabric to create the perfect sophisticated casual.
The Classic Neckline: Add elegance to your look when you wear the ANNA Top classic neckline look. Fold the collar over your shoulders for that little extra sensual warmth.
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On November 11, 2015 we took part in the 89th Annual Fashion Show to benefit the Northwestern Settlement House. The atmospheric Gothic-like hall at the Glenview Country Club, served as the perfect venue to showcase our latest collection modeled by the club members.
At Katrin Schnabl we’ve always believed in designing clothes meant to empower and inspire women of diverse backgrounds, ages and shapes. This unique event gave us the opportunity to put our philosophy into action.
On November 11, 2015 we took part in Elevation, a unique interdisciplinary cultural experience linking the worlds of visual art, fashion, music and dance. Katrin Schnabl’s latest collection was showcased on models and dancers who performed to an improvised musical composition conducted by Jazz legend Kahil El Zabar with his experimental band.
The gathering also included installations created by the award-winning sculptor and designer Lucy Slivinski and images by the noted Chicago-based photographer Sandro Miller.