Sunday, September 28, 2014

Erin Fetherston #RTW Spring 2015 #NYFW

"It was the right time for a runway revival, given that nearly every piece aligned perfectly with Fetherston's own aesthetic. (After all, she has always been her best customer.) A green-and-pink rose motif was inspired by 1960s botanical prints from her grandmother's personal collection - it decorated, among other things, a white neoprene crop top and matching pencil skirt that was so long it almost hit the ankle. That 'maxi' silhouette was key this season, but little shorts were a big story, too. They were done in black satin and paired with a rose-print tunic, or with a crop top in lime-colored metallic jacquard. White many looks were cut close to the body, they were pieces with more volume. An organza tiered min dress, for instance, was almost trapeze-like, its black and whet stripes overlaid with polka dots." -

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