Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Roksanda Ilincic fall ready-to-wear 2014

Roksanda Ilincic's polished collection with an arte povera feel was filled with patchworks, humble materials, and a jumble of contrasting colors. Long, sculptural dresses and skirts were made from cinnamon felted wool inset with dark blue or burgundy panels, while orange neon flashed from under bright blue dresses. Mannish coats had a thick chevron pattern in alternating shades of dark blue and black, while furs were a glorious grid of clashing colors and textures: Shearling, fox, lamb’s wool and mink dyed in rich primary colors.
Embellishments, meanwhile, resembled broken bits of Lego and plastic baubles spilling down the front of brightly colored dresses. Ilincic said that among her inspirations was the basic architecture of places like Africa and Brazil, and that she used a collage of fabric, rubber and plastic leftovers for the collection. 

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