“The day is longer. The sun is warmer. And Oscar de la Renta’s pre-fall 2022 collection reflects the playful promise of summer,” read a collection note from Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim’s latest collection for the brand. Like spring, color and optimism shine through from day to night, as does the garment’s playful feel.
Spring’s feminine t-shirts have inspired designers to get shorter.
“When they come to life, it reminds us of the ’90s,” Garcia noted of the baby yellow short coat and shorts.
Also available: a teal tweed mini dress, teamed with a cocktail shirt with ruffled taffeta collar and sleeves, or chic and sexy lace-up versions of the lace-up lace-up. continued influence of the times. Elsewhere, light summer wear comes in sorbet-inspired ombré, or paired with gradient knits.
“We’re trying to keep it fun and a little more casual. Women no longer sit in boardrooms every day,” says Kim chimed, noting that their bestsellers and their craftsmanship inspired the collection’s double-stretch stretch wool. costumes with cheerful, fresh colors of the garden.
The same idea can be said about the brand’s seasonal motifs. There are banana blossom embroidered skirts and pants, a flowing ombré skirt, floral print numbers, and notable mixed plaid skirts, shorts, and coats. Modern garments have evolved into prints from Gentili Mosconi from an archival plaid embroidery that was originally created by Mr. Oscar de la Renta himself in the 1980s.
Daywear’s message translates nicely into Garcia and Kim’s cocktail and evening wear, delivering rich glamor, with moments of hand-crafted, unedited motifs. (Feeling of seduction can be talked about Sarah Jessica Parker’s custom pewter silk strapless cocktail dress with hand embroidery and matching cape, the duo designed for the Sex and the City reboot “And Just Like That” premiere in New York City on Wednesday night.)
The prominence and shine persisted through countless designs: a purple evening gown with a skirt with pockets and a cape back, a full body lace gown and appliqued numbers, like An eye-catching silver cocktail shake with delicate lash trim. A little white girl continues the idea, visually abstracting a large-scale flower on an eyelash in a very attractive way.
“I wanted to develop an embroidery that mimics Laura’s prints, so we took these large, printed flowers and found that it was a very brushstroke-like technique, while at the same time, it was very similar to a brush stroke,” explains Garcia. It looks frayed from a distance,” explained Garcia.
“The frayed edges make me think of shredding – so these are all little bows in directional cut taffeta,” he adds of a pink opera gown, covered with repetition. of the chords (with the matching little skirt hidden underneath). A yellow miniskirt and full length black dress combine trim from the waist down.
The duo also embraced the idea of being chopped into an ostentatious cream tulle evening gown, as well as a special dress made of tweed tweed specially hand-made from rags, making the collection a real treat. entirety.
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