Friday, February 7, 2014

Peter Som Fall 2014 Ready-To-Wear

The collection started with structured looks from the 60s and then progressed into the bohemian 70s. The first look on the runway was a navy double-breasted peacoat that was overlaying a shiny black leather turtleneck and cinched with a black leather belt around the waist. Followed by a navy trench coat draped over a leopard print dress. Usually, leopard print is thought to be paired with black or red until now. Peter Som combined leopard with navy as well as orange to give a modern spin on the print. The leopard mini skirt is a definite mod to the 60s especially styled with a crop top and leather jacket.

As the fabrics began to have more movement, you could see the transition into the 70s. The blurred floral print gave a feminine touch without being overly girly. Even on a flowy silk dress, the floral print acted as a softening agent to an edgier look. From the start to the end, Peter styled the 60s and 70s inspired looks in a refreshingly new contemporary way, and at the same time, he also designed several strong wearable pieces.

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