Jan 13, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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London: Suzanne Clements and Inacio Ribeiro are masters of print mixing as well as intarsia knits, both of which were on-trend combined techniques throughout their F/W 13 collection. Thematically, the duo made a departure from Spring’s nerdy charm, pursuing a more classically feminine take on big florals and 70s geometrics, producing bold silk shirtdresses layered beneath diamond motif v-neck sweaters, lace overlay sheaths with beaded tribal collars and sporty grid mesh skirts. Although the fit of straight leg trousers was a bit too relaxed for Fall’s reflective satins and jacquards, the presentation’s diverse textures and cohesive tapestry-style palette made for a satisfying new interpretation of tradition. —Nina Stotler
Silhouette: Slim / Layered
Color: Black / White / Pumpkin / Cinnamon / Pale ice blue / Brick red / Cherry / Silver / Gold
Key Items: Intarsia knit tops / Printed trousers / Full-skirted day dresses / Relaxed knee-length skirts / Grid mesh tank dresses / Biker jackets / Lace sheaths / Cardigans / Silk blouses
Materials: Lame / Lace / Satin / Cotton mesh / Printed silk / Jacquard
Print + Pattern: Geometric repeats / Leopard / Diamonds / Plaid / Bold blooms / Grids / Stripes / Colorblocking / Tapestry florals
Details + Trim: Beading / Peplums / Oversized leather straps with buckles / Embellished collars / Contrast trim / Zippers / Sequin appliqué
Accessories + Footwear: Punky booties / Lace-up loafers with pointed toes
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