Oct 05, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
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Paris: Peachoo Datwani and Roy Krejberg have been quietly putting out collections since 2004. The consistency of their vision and their darkly elegant garments make them two of most underrated designers at Paris Fashion Week. Their spring show was of a piece with their appealing past collections. Leather and an abundance of black, in addition to edgy extras like rib cage-shaped harnesses and eye masks showed off the duo’s penchant for the gothic. But sheer fabrics, poetic draping, and elaborate beading provided a softer element. Jagged strips of organza that trailed behind skirts and decorated tops were a perfect combination of delicateness and darkness, evocative of the collection as a whole. –Joanna Manganaro
Silhouette: Long layers / Asymmetrical / Hourglass
Color: Black / Ivory / Lilac grey
Key Items: Skinny pants / Embellished tunics / Drape-y dresses
Materials: Leather / Suitings with a sheen / Organza / Chiffon / Fluid silks / Lace
Print + Pattern: Leaves / Croc patterns
Details + Trim: Beading / Draping / High-low hemlines / Leather paillettes / Layering / Organza fringe
Accessories + Footwear: Metal and jewel eye masks / Strappy sandals
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