Stella Jean
By Shanu Walpita

CULTURE CLUB Milan: Haitian-Italian designer Stella Jean brought a much needed breath of fresh air into Milan Fashion Week with her youthful, modern spin …

Feb 24, 2014
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CULTURE CLUB
Milan:
Haitian-Italian designer Stella Jean brought a much needed breath of fresh air into Milan Fashion Week with her youthful, modern spin on globally-inspired dressing. This season, she mixed African prints with Japanese tailoring, accented by an earthen palette of desert-worthy hues, with standout pieces including voluminous bell dresses and chunky kimono cardigans. — Shannon Davenport  

Key Items: Maxi cardigans / Pencil skirts / Voluminous dresses / Cropped jackets / Fuzzy coats / Bell skirts / Graphic sweaters / Crisp button-up shirts

Color: Cream / Grey / Forest green / Brick red / Emerald / Camel / Saffron / Dusty blue / Soft orange

Materials + Trim: Alpaca / Mohair / Silk / Cotton / Wool / Cashmere

Print + Pattern: Dutch wax prints / Stripes / Checks / Geometrics / Animal graphics

Accessories + Footwear: Printed booties / Tied belts / Fabric bags

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