Nanette Lepore's latest collection was inspired by the mission to Mars. So, check it out and get ready to spice up your wardrobe with some otherworldly goodies!
Military. Urban. Cool. For the Nanette Lepore fall 2013
collection showcased at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at Lincoln
Center on February 13 in New York, the designer presented sporty
yet chic pieces with a slightly otherworldly feeling. Well, the
designer herself said that the line was inspired by images from the
Mars Rover. "My collection was inspired by the mission to Mars,"
Lepore explained. "I have more darks than I usually do for fall. We
have hologram shoes. Puffer coats that feel very sturdy and
practical with galactic high heels. I have lots of new textures and
There are indeed some really statement-making pieces in Nanette Lepore's fall 2013 collection adding a galactic touch to the ensembles. Well, just check out those iridescent textures and standout accessories featuring holograms! Those beauties would certainly spice up any outfit!
Known for her bold colors, evocative prints and signature
silhouettes, Nanette Lepore has become one of the leading names in
contemporary American fashion. For the upcoming cold season, the
designer proposes a cool yet sophisticated collection with lots of
military-inspired elements. The color palette includes mostly
green, black and some pops of red. Ah, but those prints and
patterns are definitely the ones drawing all the attention. Just
have a nosey!
Besides flirty short dresses, skirts and elegant suits, sexy cutouts and mesh inserts, the Nanette Lepore fall 2013 collection also includes stylish outerwear. So, there is a wide range of pieces that can keep you both cozy and fashionable throughout chilly days. There are military and multicolored quilted coats as well as leather-shouldered trench coats and leather jackets that guarantee to see you through winter without having to compromise your style. Therefore, if you need a little inspiration in order to upgrade your dressing, check out Lepore's fall 2013 Mars-inspired collection!
Photo courtesy of Nanette Lepore