Saturday, 11 May 2013

Grome Design - Fashion Philosophy

This versatile collection centred around a colour palette of black, white and taupe. Panelled blouses tucked into tailored cigarette pants thrown together with a blazers and bold jackets. Lapels were wide and pointed, even collars on shirts were elongated in a slightly retro style.

Panels of black and white gave way to scratchy prints, the casual fabrics contrasting with square structured sleeves. Following the casual street themes, waists were elasticated and peeped from flowing tunic shirts. Severe necklines added an element of smart work wear or uniform to this collection.

Wide flowing trouser legs were shown, fighting away from the safer cigarette style that has been incredibly popular globally in the last few seasons. Trousers also featured lapel like waist bands, some pairs were even see through and finally the last throws of this collection featured panels of sheer, nude chiffon.

Layering was key in this collection and from bold structuring, tailored jackets and just the right level of casual cool the looks were entirely wearable.

The collection ended with a white trouser suit and a huge tulle ruff like overlay.

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