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Hanako Maeda of Adeam delivers her take on the new sport

New York: Creative director of Adeam, Hanako Maeda, presented a collection that exuded a sporty influence for Spring 2015. Elongated layers, asymmetric hemlines, athletic stripes, exposed shoulders, and bold material-blocking combined with a mix of refined and techno materials produced an of-the-moment look. The colour palette was kept clean with neutrals dominating and pops of orange and blue defining style lines. –Deirdre Pérez

Silhouette: Bodycon / Long over long layering / Asymmetry / Fit-and-flare / T-shapes

Key items: Relaxed trousers / Sweater dresses / Culottes / Matched sets / Cropped trousers / Sleeveless jackets / Lightweight outerwear 

Colour: Navy / Pale yellow / Orange / Deep blue / White / Black / Brick / Silver

Print & pattern: Updated camo / Sport stripes / Broken stripes / Painterly brushstrokes / Geos

Materials & Trim: Ribbed sweater knits / Fine-gauge knits / Chevron knits / Piqué / Neoprene / Techno blends / Silk blends / Tweed / Knit bands

Footwear: Platform sandals and booties

Accessories: Shoulder bags

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