Spring Ready-to-Wear 2015

3.1 Phillip Lim

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3.1 Phillip Lim RTW Spring 2015

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3.1 Phillip Lim RTW Spring 2015

The designer looked to mattress-cover patterns and quilts for his spring line.

Phillip Lim wants to jump into bed with you. The bedroom is where you’re “intimate, warm, protected and exposed all at the same time,” he said backstage, so he looked to mattress-cover patterns and quilts for his spring line. Playing with dimensional contouring, Lim manipulated silk tubes to create structured contour on tops, dresses and a bolero — all in soft hues and in a pretty trellis cloque fabric that makes the bedroom reference clear.

Lim continued to play up the boudoir references with Bermuda shorts paired with belted oversize vests that had a robelike quality, while his organza embroidered utility trousers had a pajama effect. There were a few overly complicated dresses in the lineup, but overall, this was one very chic pajama party.

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