Feb 24, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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London: After her training of menswear and womenswear couture on Savile Row designer Paula Gerbase presented her fourth collection at London fashion week in The Conservatory of the Barbican. There was not a lot of evidence of the title ‘The Eloquence of Ornament’ from a designer known for her sense of androgynous purity. Simple structured tailoring and minimal alpaca pieces draped with a simple metal ring, each piece rigorously cut in beautiful tactile fabrics. Layered rib knit tube ensembles and pleated culottes cut in perfect proportions generated unadorned beauty. Loose-fit trousers and surplus jackets cut in outdoor nylon were executed by a master of precision and androgyny. – Christa Kaufmann
Theme: The Eloquence of Ornament
Key Items: Sleeveless knit tunic / Tube skirt / Rib turtleneck / Tabard / Cropped wide leg knit trousers / Sleeveless long tunic / V-shaped coat / Blazer / Classic shirt / Loose-fit trousers / Trucker jacket / Tailored Coat / Nylon Parka / Jumpsuit / Floor-sweeping apron dress / Maxi skirt / Asymmetric draped top /
Colour: Chalky / Grey / Black / White / Navy / Dark grey
Materials and Trims: Knit / Wool blend / Silk / Poplin / Vinyl / Nylon /Alpaca boucle
Print and Pattern: Grid pattern
Footwear and Accessories: Rubber slip-on
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