Jean-Charles de Castelbajac
By Lizzy Bowring

“SPORTSOIR” PARIS: Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s collection was inspirited by Méret Openheim’s surrealist artwork. Cropped jackets layered over elongated dresses were covered in illustrated faces and …

Mar 04, 2014
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“SPORTSOIR”
PARIS: Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s collection was inspirited by Méret Openheim’s surrealist artwork. Cropped jackets layered over elongated dresses were covered in illustrated faces and stars for a collection that was equal parts elegance and whimsy. — Marissa Stuart

Key Items:  Cropped utility coats / Relaxed trousers / Braided sweaters / Robe coat / Pencil skirts / Tiered cape / Elongated tunics / Split maxis / Slouchy suit / Knit maxi dress / Fur sweatshirt / Quilted coats

Color: Emerald / Navy / Black / Coffee / Salmon / Winter white / Eggplant / Cobalt / Grey

Materials + Trim:  Wool / Fur / Brushed / Mohair / Silk / Quilting / Fur trim / Leather binding

Print + Pattern: Faded stripes / Surreal faces / Stars / Ombré / Illustrated birds

Accessories + Footwear:  Fur scarves / Fur hats / Envelope clutch / Muff / Wide belts / Matched socks and Mary-Jane heels

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