Abstract acquires a new name and definition due to the truly flabbergasting 3.1 Phillip Lim fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, presented at New York Fashion Week. The most peculiar and interesting aspect of the pieces presented here was the curious color and shape play the designer opted for in order to create the interesting neo-modern looks.
The super innovative interpretations of the design elements like the floral prints, the glittery details, and the deconstructed forms, we are used to seeing with their traditional ways of designing and matching come with absolutely renovated and eye-catching forms here. These motives and principles were applied to almost all the garments, for the starting one out of which we see the cute dress with interesting half black half white design, finished off with florals. The super catchy design patterns combining the color blocking with floral prints and some tiny black and white print hints for the following shirt matched with wide-leg pants is definitely going to be included in the list of the best looks of the 3.1 Phillip Lim fall/winter 2014-2015 collection.
The minimalistic vibes are also here, used for the coming array of tops with slightly oversized and rounded shapes for the shoulders. The variety of jackets is also noteworthy including some zippers and cropped options, not leaving the fluffies out of the list, either.
The textures expand too, including some leather pieces, knitted variants, and classy looks for cashmere and trench coats. The manly influence for the pants and the jackets is quite noticeable here coming in contrast with the ultra-girly looks of the dresses and the skirts.
Finally, it’s the amazing choice of the accessories that nicely completes the images, coming as cool sporty boots and chic handbags, mainly being clutches. Thus if you are for the crazy experiments and innovations at the same time preserving something girly and chic, the 3.1 Phillip Lim fall/winter 2014-2015 collection will give you a lot of new ideas to think over!
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