“Yes, the clouds are beautiful. Look at all those different shapes,” says the famous cartoon character Snoopy, who has become the main hero of the Fay spring/summer 2014 collection unveiled at Milan Fashion Week. Just like the clouds that Snoopy noticed, the pieces of this line are diverse and nice as well. Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi chose Snoopy to be printed on the majority of the garments to complete the colorful and joyful motives according to which the line is created.
The color palette, used to create the Fay spring/summer 2014 collection, resembles a cute and sunny picture painted on the white background. The rainbow-inspired colors, cartoon images and light shapes give birth to an energizing and amazing atmosphere, where you can’t but feel the positively charged waves overtake the runway.
Ranging from tennis skirts and tank tops and further extending to flirty skirts, tee dresses preserved within the mini length and at last encompassing cool hooded jackets and tight pants carrying neoprene motives, there are stunning pieces available for a wide variety of occasions from casual to hot parties. Alongside the sporty and casual motives, used in the line, a slight touch of elegance is also present in the Fay spring/summer 2014 collection, introduced via a very cute mini length sleeveless black dress, which is simple and extremely cute at the same time.
Another interesting feature about the line is the use of interesting motives of navy blue, exposed in the majority of the garments. Together with cartoon yellow, it simply makes Snoopy get down from the tops and skirts and start talking. What refers to the colors, the stripy motives are also worth mentioning. They are used in case of some dresses and shirt-skirt pairs. Where Snoopy is not there, the stripes, basically horizontal, fill in the presupposed gap. The finalizing elements and the emblem of the sporty style underlying the line are the zipper details used on some shiny hoodie jackets.
So yes, the clouds are really beautiful. So are the pieces of the Fay spring/summer 2014 collection.
Photos courtesy of Vogue