The Tsumori Chisato fall 2013 collection presented at this Paris Fashion Week edition brought a multitude of playfully eclectic outfits which challenged the popular belief that cold season looks should be marked by severity and chromatic restraint. While the first looks might have caused one to think that the line would be fairly typical, the subsequent looks quickly shattered that notion as whimsical touches took over and quickly became the main focus. The designer not only embraced this season’s amazing play with volume and prints, she took it one step further aiming for maximum effect.
Femininity, viewed through the spectacular lenses of the unrestricted creativity was theme of the newest Tsumori Chisato fall 2013 collection which was beautifully reflected through interesting volumes, vibrant tones and a series of abstract prints to round it all out. The line didn’t only feature the typical geometrical motifs like stripes, polka dots, florals or a blend of abstract vibes. The line also brought a fresh view on animal motifs. Forget about snakeskin, wildcats or zebra prints, the star of the new seasons will be the lobster, at least in Tsumori Chisato‘s eyes.
Though the new Tsumori Chisato fall 2013 collection was created for the woman who relishes being the center of attention wherever she goes, the new line features plenty of exciting options which have the potential to appeal to those who prefer the safe side. Flirty knee-length skirts and beautiful modern shoes fall mostly in this category. With that said, those with fondness for edgy options who aren’t afraid of thinking outside the box will have the most fun at analyzing the new options brought by the label, from more than one point of view.
Though in most cases it’s fairly easy to spot the must-have pieces of a line, in the case of the Tsumori Chisato fall 2013 collection, such selection is hard to make and is fairly dependent on one’s style comfort zone or more precisely, the desire to expand it. The new looks from Paris Fashion Week 2013 sure prove an upbeat set of options which can help you rethink your new season wardrobe, especially if you’re not an adept of the dark chromatic palette which dominated the scene for so long.
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Photos: Tsumori Chisato