Spring Ready-to-Wear 2015

Creatures of Comfort

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Creatures of Comfort RTW Spring 2015

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Creatures of Comfort RTW Spring 2015

Jade Lai takes you to the wild west with the brands new-frontier inspired spring collection.

 “Going into the wild and venturing new frontiers” was the inspiration for the Creatures of Comfort show, according to creative director Jade Lai, speaking backstage before the show. The collection featured Western accents, such as madras plaids and raffia cowboy hats, as well as safari and utilitarian pieces and fluid silhouettes worked in textured fabrics with a natural feel. Standouts included a mustard-­colored maxi trenchcoat worn over a knit dress decorated with fringe, and roomy pants and matching tank top in a soft cactus print, making the line appropriate for both exotic explorations and the concrete jungle.

 

 

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