A DÉTACHER FALL-WINTER 2016 NEW YORK
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A DETACHER FW16: THE COLLECTION
The A Detacher FW16 collection is all about shapes and layers. Mona Kowalska, the maison’s art director, reveals this collection to be about “Self management”: inspired by the idea of attempting to curate one’s self, the pieces represent the day-to-day messiness and eclecticism characterizing somebody’s life. As the roots of the maison can be found in the research into the formal posture of each garment, most of the pieces play with structure and shapes. We find voluminous blouses in poplin paired with oversized tailored wool trousers and long button down knitwear, the whole mixed together on different clothing layers. The color palette is in all nuances of beige and grays, suddenly shaken by splashes of bright pink, that give some freshness to the ensemble. Peep-toe furry clogs, beanies juxtaposed with knit-do-rag and high-waisted leather belts with three buckles on the front are the main accessories, for a chunky final touch to the oversized outfits. The beauty choices wanted also to reproduce this spirit of wildness and independence. Led by Tadashi Harada and supported by Shiseido, the make-up enhances natural features and glowing skin for a clean and effortless perfect result. Unexpected and coolness are the leading words of the new A Détacher fall-winter 2016 woman, for an interesting result!
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