August 23 2014

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Call it a sign of the times. With the old world order seemingly hanging by a thread, designers kept things together by lacing and tying and weaving outfits all over the Spring runways. At Celine, Etro, and D&G, the approach was fairly straightforward, with looks lashed shut safari-style. Things got more interesting at Gareth Pugh, Mark Fast, and Temperley London, where the webbing became an integral part of a garment’s construction. “We used lacing to reference woven textures in Egyptian art, weaving raw leather strips across shoes, leggings, and into knits as a harder contrast to our soft draped silk pieces,” explained Ohne Titel‘s Alexa Adams and Flora Gill. The result? Looks we’d happily get tangled in.

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Photo: Marcio Madeira




  1. adlam198 says:

    Yes we are ready…

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  3. ToucanBoutique says:

    Yes, please. Perfect if you don’t want to bother with accessories.

  4. GLHM_FD says:

    Love the louis vuitton one and the Matthew Williamson. That’s some intricate artwork!

  5. Ian_Larraga says:

    Been loving the webbing Gareth’s been doing. How amazing did Jess Stam look in that Gareth Pugh dress from his Spring 2010 collection that she wore to the New Moon Screening?

  6. thepassionatelion80 says:

    Love, love, love the over-sized gromet lacing at Osman. This look has a nautical feel to me that sings spring!

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  8. daisylimah says:

    lovee.. look fashion

  9. mighhv says:

    Wow! The perfect and super style in fashion. I read in story trends of spring or sammer 2010 collection.

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  11. Trendrx says:

    Love the color flow at Matthew Williamson and the “sheer” genius of Ohne Titel’s leggings! Beautiful!….

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