Wednesday, September 11, 2013

FASHION | NYFW S/S 2014 : HELMUT LANG


A loosened-up take on Helmut Lang’s deconstructed tailoring, with roomy pants, asymmetric lines, sheer organza patchwork and graphic blocks (inspired by artist Wade Guyton). - [StyleSight]

They reproduced Guyton's lines on a strapless linen dress with an easy, slouched-on sort of feel (prepare yourself to hear much more about slouchiness in the next few days), as well as on a strapless top and wrap skirt. Last season, their artistic reference point was Picasso, who produced a much busier collection. This one was mostly in black and white, which reinforced its pared-back appeal. "Not precious" is the vibe they said they were going for. They nailed it with flat slides in stingray and slip-on loafers constructed from perforated leather. Bags were a new addition to the lineup.


[source via runway, details, beauty, style.com]

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