Spring Ready-to-Wear 2015

Mathieu Mirano

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Mathieu Mirano RTW Spring 2015

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  • Mathieu Mirano RTW Spring 2015
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Mathieu Mirano RTW Spring 2015

“She’s worldly, polished, intentioned. She’s the boss,” said Mathieu Mirano of his eternal woman.

“She’s worldly, polished, intentioned. She’s the boss,” said Mathieu Mirano of his eternal woman. For spring, the young designer’s vision was nowhere more apparent than in a series of laser-cut leather separates, which lent his impressive, versatile lineup the sexy and sophisticated edge he’s becoming known for. On the softer side of the range was a series of white dresses, like a stretch-twill cocktail number that delivered a modernized take on the peplum and a hand-drawn floral gazar gown for evening. Standouts fused both soft and hard elements, particularly one red-carpet-worthy look that featured an iridescent, beaded bodice — inspired by coral in the Caribbean and, Mirano said, about nine layers thick — paired with a straight black skirt featuring lattice leather detailing. Meanwhile, a couple of safari dresses — a short, daytime version in white crinkle chiffon and a long version in black with a pop of red — were more wearable for the everyday woman.

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