When Australian creative tailoring meets innovative shapes, styles and prints, we get the newest Sass & Bide fall/winter 2014-2015 collection that was presented to the public on the seventh day of New York Fashion Week. For their fall line, Sarah-Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton looked to the famous 20th-century biologist Ernest Haeckel for inspiration, yet the result wasn’t a collection citing flowers and nature, as it could be expected, but instead it intertwined imaginative gold embroideries, ultra-famous checkered patterns and a reserved color palette with sharp lines, delicate transparency details and a mild vibe of military fashion, brought forward with the sharply tailored jackets and the striking mini dresses.
The Sass & Bide fall/winter 2014-2015 collection was a beautiful game of interesting lengths, cuts and layers that mingled well, leading to super-striking dresses with high slits, voluminous rompers, mullet skirts and mini dresses. The line opened with a series of black and white combos, sometimes using golden embroidery, sometimes being monochrome and very often featuring stripes and checkered patterns. Here a great importance was given to the cuts and shapes, which were mainly irregular for a unique feel. Especially spectacular were the floor-length skirts with front slits revealing short shorts worn underneath.
Next, the Sass & Bide fall/winter 2014-2015 collection sent a small group of plaid yellow and orange looks, some cream fantasy of skorts and mini dresses, grass green dresses and metallic knitted pieces, like the asymmetric skirt and the skirt suit. The lien was finished off with black pieces, where the play with transparency and golden appliqués took the center stage.
The looks were mainly styled minimalistcally, using some leather gloves sometimes and waist-enhancing belts only. Both for chic eveningwear options and super-creative daywear looks, the Sass & Bide fall/winter 2014-2015 collection can serve as a great source of inspiration for you, securing your It-girl impact in the new season!
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