Lela Rose Spring 2014 is inspired by Danish industrial designer Arne Jacobsen and mid-century modern furniture, with its curvilinear shapes and quirky geometry. The collection features wood grain lace, and sheer tweed and speckled jacquard highlighted by piped seams. Architectural lines are seen through line drawn embroidered silk, block pattered fil coupe and polymorphic printed cotton. The palette includes a mix of light reflected blue, vivid pink and luminous citrine accented by crisp white.
I love how this collection plays with layers of color and texture, with the light reflected blue block pattered fil coupe voluminous, long skirt as my favorite piece.
After the runway show, I ran into one of the models right outside of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and got a closeup shot of her hair. The whimsical look by Ted Gibson, was styled in a chignon-like updo sprinkled with gold flakes.
Below images by nymag.com
- Kim Weling
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