SUMMER 2014

An accent on understated seduction. Fluid silhouettes play on transparency and opacity, in line with the body.

Skin is subtly revealed.  Athletic knits feature capped sleeves.  Fluid satin is combined with silk organza, slashed to show a glimpse of flesh. Tailoring is airy and light, partially bonded to mimic a traditional masculine structure. Dresses are effortless in ink, brick and natural tones.

Continuing with the subtle transparency, a croc motif is appliquéd on sheer organza, featuring a plunging neckline with an enlarged sleeve that is tipped  at the back.  Tailoring becomes utilitarian yet seductive, in pure cotton silk satin shirts and pants, with circular hardware details.

Croc and daisy motifs are reinterpreted throughout the collection.  Embellished croc jacquard is summer light  in natural and  earthy tones.  Chopped and stamped print in chili and linen white.

A daisy motif in silk devoré, washed silk cupro satin dresses in natural linen and powder colours, are paired with elongated  jackets  for an urban attitude.

Sporty matte knitwear is constructed  into athletic shapes with capped sleeves in plaster and black. Silk daisy floral jacquard is structural yet light in summer suits, and also featured on dresses and a bustier top paired with a flared skirts with elastic belt tacking.

Lace is engineered to trace the body.  A subtle rose motif and slip dresses in silk organza are layered in soft volumes, strengthening the fragile lace in complimentary colors.

Sunglasses are flat and cat eyed with geometric circular lenses in metallic, nude and celadon. Shoes have a sporty edge featuring welted soles inspired by menswear construction, chunky marble Lucite or wooden marble sustainable veneer stiletto heels. Beckett bags in oversized embossed navy croc and crushed metallic silk satin. Crushed oversized framed clutches in lace, print, jacquard, or echoing the utilitarian side of the collection in metallic canvas and satin.