May 07, 2018 | By Lizzy Bowring
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New York: Krakoff was inspired by Robert Motherwell’s Open series for his use of colors and abstract asymmetrical shapes. His signature tees and sweatshirts were updated in perforated leathers and dresses were given a feminine edge in leather tulip shapes. There still prevailed a sense of geometry but these silhouettes were softer, lighter and sensual. — Lizzy Bowring
Silhouette: Draped asymmetry / Softened geometry
Color: Icy blue / Grass green / Chalk white / Black / Cornflower blue / Biscuit
Key items: Shrunken sweatshirts / Tulip skirt dresses / Strapless, draped dress / Asymmetrical hem skirt / Shell tops / Perforated jacquard coat and skirt / V – neck dress / Trenchcoat / Jumpsuit / Color – blocked sweatshirt / Belted shorts and pants
Materials: Perforated leather / Plongé leather
Print + Pattern: Bleached python / Hand drawn tiny squares and florals
Details + Trim: Contrast edging / Epaulettes / Lasercut
Accessories + Footwear: Elevated heels in patent leather, PVC or Matte croc / Clutch / Printed miniature satchel / Slide buckle belt
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