Creatures of the Wind
By WGSN Insider

TRANSCENDENCE  New York: Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters were inspired by the theory of ‘transcendence’ for Fall 2014. Masculine tailoring in lean, elongated proportions and …

Feb 06, 2014
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TRANSCENDENCE 
New York: Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters were inspired by the theory of ‘transcendence’ for Fall 2014. Masculine tailoring in lean, elongated proportions and layered styling created an air of sophisticated non-chalance. – Deirdre Pérez

Key Items: Masculine tailored coats / Shift dresses / Relaxed trousers / Capes / Tailored jackets / Pencil skirts / Wrap sweaters / Button-front shirts / Culottes / Asymmetrical wrap dresses / Sheath dresses / Kimono shapes / Circle skirts / Cropped shells / Sweater dresses / Trench variations

Color: Forest green / Mint / Navy / Cream / Gold / Purple / Silver / Burgundy / Blush / Rust / Grey / Coffee / Black / Yellow

Materials + Trim: Fur / Brocade / Velvet / Taffeta / Woolens / Leather / Fine-gauge sweater knits / Butterfly embroidery

Print + Pattern: Moiré / Animal / Stripes / Floral brocade / Abstract chevron / Space dye

Accessories + Footwear: Open-toe vamps / Mules / Mink page-boy hats / Folded clutches

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