You say spectacularly chic? That’s what the flabbergasting Reed Krakoff pre-fall 2014 collection is totally made of! Reed Krakoff himself described this line as “Fluidity against structure”, and the literal imprints of these words are found as the amazing design of the pieces included here. Animal skin hints, transparencies, minimalistic vibes, combos of masculine vibes with extremely feminine notes, all are in for the breathtaking motives of this collection. The choice of the accessories is just as interesting, also revealing some details about the upcoming collaboration with J.M. Weston, which is presented with the cool chunky heel loafers in leather or python.
Discussing the looks, which are already available for us, we can start with an interesting duo of a long-sleeved top with classic scoop neckline, paired with a knee length straight skirt, which has some interesting asymmetrical shapes, and what makes this pair especially attractive is the animal skin pattern applied to both of them. The transparency plays come next, basically put with the mystique black shades, here created with the multi-layered designs coming to make the duo of a classy shirt with a white collar and a knee length skirt possible. The python clutch is the final touch of this combination.
Further, we see the emergence of the minimalistic cream overtaking the Reed Krakoff pre-fall 2014 collection, presented with the combo of a cream classy shirt with a black collar and a white strap in the middle, and an asymmetric and classy straight skirt of knee length. The designs remain almost the same while the patterns change significantly for the next look, made of a cute T shaped shirt and a matching skirt, having some transformed variants of the houndstooth pepita option.
The drapings applied to the final khaki greenish dress topped with a black and white classy coat is the last but not least impressive look of the marvelous Reed Krakoff pre-fall 2014 collection. So if you’re eager to have some unrepeated and totally unique pieces, this collection is worth considering.
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