Tadashi Shoji Fall 2015 is influenced by airplane mechanics, with allover metallic embroideries of copper, gold, and silver burnish luxe knits. Birds of flight and feathered-wing motifs can be seen through sheer laces and tactile embellishments. The palette is monochromatic, consisting of black, ivory, and navy, transitioning to semiopaque hues created by from bicolor tulle layering.
Standout pieces included tiered faux fur jackets with crystal hardware embellishments and gorgeously ethereal embroidered tulle gowns, especially a few with pockets. The collection was one of my favorites this season, filled with light and airy elegant pieces.
Below Photos by Andrea Adriani for nymag.com
- Kim Weling
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