Feb 24, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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New York: Continuing her traditional 1960’s influence, Lisa Perry’s spring/summer 2015 collection reflected 60’s minimalism with a hint of abstract patterns and prints. Fine paint splatters and paint roller borders decorated items within the collection with both allover and placed patterns. A mainly neutral colour palette of black, white, and grey was livened by tomato red. Clear vinyl was a statement fabric within the collection used as raincoats, skirts, and even hidden within dress slits and pockets. A key shape within the collection is the trapeze, used in both dresses and tops creating pronounced volume away from the body. –Jaclyn Jones
Silhouette: Structured volume
Key items: Clear vinyl raincoat / Collarless coat / Trapeze dress / A-line mini dress / A-line shift dress / Column maxi dress / Trapeze tank top / Exaggerated ruffle top / Boxy t-shirt / Collared tunic shirt / Polo neck jumpsuit / Matching pant set / Bermuda short / Wide-leg pant / Pleated mini skirt
Colour: Black / White / Grey / Tomato Red
Print & pattern: Paint splatters / Paint roller border effect / Thin vertical stripes
Materials & knits: Silk georgette / Chintz / Crepe / Clear vinyl / Honeycomb / Double bonded
Footwear: Pointy-toe patent sling-back flats
Accessories: Narrow arm bands
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