The latest Rodarte collection showcased at New York Fashion Week was inspired by the town Kate and Laura Mulleavy grew up in, Santa Cruz. Have a look!
The Rodarte fall 2013 collection was inspired by the town
the designer sisters grew up in, Santa Cruz. There were so many
different sources of inspiration at New York Fashion Week this year
and the result was an outstanding kaleidoscope of prints, patterns,
hues and shapes. So, we really had the chance to discover a
fabulous sartorial diversity. "Back home to Santa Cruz," Laura
Mulleavy said after the Rodarte show. Also speaking about their
latest collection, her sister Kate explained that, "We always knew
we'd do a collection about where we grew up."
Yes, we are totally aware that spring is just around the corner and you have your attention firmly fixed on your wardrobe for the sunny days ahead. However, you can still take a look at what designers have prepared for us in order to see us through the cold season. Well, you know, just to make an idea on the hottest trends and the pieces you'll want to add into your wardrobes. So, what we will be wearing during chilly temperatures? According to Rodarte it's time to reveal your inner rebellious!
The Rodarte fall 2013 collection is based on the town
Kate and Laura Mulleavy grew up in, Santa Cruz. “We wanted to
capture our memories of Santa Cruz. It’s a very personal
collection,” Kate confessed backstage. The line features trench
coats, blazers, sheer tulle jumpsuits with angel wing embroideries
on the backs, crystal-embroidered macrame sweaters, knit skirt
combos, cropped woven pants, oversized white leather biker jackets,
chiffon tops, and satin dresses.
Each item in Rodarte's fall 2013 collection was well thought and plays its own, perfect part. Patterns, textures, colors, shapes...Everything. Unexpected combinations and effects that echo a romantic and rebellious Rodarte girl. Even the smudgy eye makeup and soft braided hairstyles are important elements in the brand's fall 2013 show. And did you gorgeous dolls see those fab flesh-toned socks some of the models wore? Well, the socks were decorated with tattoos by tattoo artist Scott Campbell. How cool is this? So, take a sneak peek at Rodarte's offerings and get inspired!
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