Sunday, September 12, 2010

Fashion Week: Trias

Theme: Program notes "seized movement," basically that is clothes that flow and move with the body. Unlike what was described in the program, this is a structural presentation.

What's Special: Lightweight fabric such as linen, cotton, viscose paired with something grounded, such as a wooden platform pump. Vibrant colors - terracotta mixed with coral, a soft white mixed with brick red. The tone are earthy but when paired with the simplistic elegance of the design made these clothes luxe and beautiful.

Take away: the easy separates with the right shape and nip and tuck, and the beautiful white linen sheath dresses.

Note: Who is Joaquin Trias? He's a self-taught designer based in Spain, with a debut Spring collection shown at New York Fashion Week in 2009. His aesthetic mostly mixes structure and texture, with an inclination towards architectural elements. It also helps that his grandmother is muse and model for Cristobel Balenciaga!

Wear-ability: 10. Not kidding, we would wear every outfit in this collection!

Photo Credits: Getty Images

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