The AW13 collection is inspired by the manner in which light and color reflect off and through surfaces.
Illumination and reflection influence the collection with vividly colored prints juxtaposed with jet hematite and white opal crystals. Vibrant prints based on the Banksia flower, an image of a dark building lit by candlelight, and overexposed still life photographs interject the treatments of light and shadow. The collection explores texture through the use of exotic eel and anaconda skins, flat textured furs, washed crepe silks, cashmeres, fused wools, and the hard surfaces of crystals. The collection was complimented by custom millinery work by GIGI BURRIS.
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The New York Fashion Week showing was presented by:
The SS13 collection is based on an anecdote created from an experience Julie Haus Alkire and Jason Alkire had in a dimly lit bamboo forest on a Polynesian island.
The collection was filled with bamboo and Plumeria photographic prints and hand sketched coastlines. To read more about how the collection was created visit the SPRING SUMMER INSPIRATION page. The collection was complimented by custom millinery work by GIGI BURRIS.
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The New York Fashion Week presentation was hosted by Summer Anderson and Karyn Starr, and presented by:
Inspired by the painting of Luo Jie and Elsa Martinelli the AW12 collection was debuted at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week with the support of W Hotels Fashion Next program and the Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation. To read more about how the collection was created visit the AUTUMN WINTER 2012 INSPIRATION page. The collection was complimented by custom millinery work by GIGI BURRIS.
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The New York Fashion Week runway show was presented by:
Fine laser cut lamb leather, soft cashmere, and variations of silk are the basis for this cool weather collection. Developed as the preview to AW12 this collection will be available in our boutique and a very select number of retailers.
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