Ostwald Helgason
By Lizzy Bowring

MOD SQUAD New York:  Designers Susanne Ostwald and Ingvar Helgason presented a playful assortment of Mod looks. Boxy shifts, sleeveless tunics and extremely A-line …

Sep 10, 2012
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MOD SQUAD
New York: 
Designers Susanne Ostwald and Ingvar Helgason presented a playful assortment of Mod looks. Boxy shifts, sleeveless tunics and extremely A-line minis came in bright, saturated hues. Quirky sweatshirt silhouettes featured abstract animal drawings and sweaters had a distinctly hand-knit look, all lending a bit of a crafty feel. An assortment of luxe fabrics and digital motifs elevated the vintage-y youthfulness with a dose of sophistication and modernity.Anna Jane Davis

Silhouette: Mini + A-line

Color: Creamy Lemon / Cantaloupe / Bubble Gum / Hot pink / Burgundy / Pale blue / Kelly green

Key Items: Graphic animal tee / Mid-weight sweater / A-line mini / Mod shift / Tailored short shorts

Materials: Cotton jersey / Fleece / Silk Charmeuse / Silk Chiffon / Jacquard / Embroidered novelty fabrics

Print + Pattern: Color-blocked motif / Animal drawings / Tropical foliage / Pixelated collage print

Details + Trim: Contrast collar + placket / Safari pockets / Contrast piecing / Shirttail hem

Accessories + Footwear: Sturdy platform sandals

View in RUNWAY: QUICK LOOK


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