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GRAPHIC SEVENTIES Paris: After a recent trip to Los Angeles, creative director Olivier Rousteing was enamored by the carefree lifestyle of its citizens. As a …

Jul 09, 2014
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GRAPHIC SEVENTIES
Paris: After a recent trip to Los Angeles, creative director Olivier Rousteing was enamored by the carefree lifestyle of its citizens. As a result, a strong ’70s influence pervaded his latest Cruise collection for Balmain. Graphic Navajo-inspired patterns and vibrant color juxtaposed with stark black-and-white made a bold statement.  – Deirdre Pérez

Key Items: Boxy tailored jackets / Updated ponchos / High-waisted flared pants / Bell bottoms / Shell tops / Jumpsuits / Slip dresses / Handkerchief skirt / Mini dresses / Knit tops / Body-con set / Wrap skirts

Color: Black / Yellow / Orange / Coral / Turquoise / White

Materials + Trim: Cotton blends / Silk blends / Intarsia knits / Satin / Supple leather / Jersey knits / Intricate beading and embroidery / Appliqué

Print + Pattern: Navajo blanket patterns / Chevron

Accessories + Footwear: Gladiator sandals / Waist cinching belts / Cuff bracelets and neckwear

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