Caroline Constas RTW Fall 2017
February 25, 2017 - fall Denim
In only a few brief years, Caroline Constas has determined her eponymous tag as a covetable end code specializing in offbeat shirting with delicate flair. Her garments simply call to mind warm, pleasant locales, disposition on a buy-now-wear-now concept. Lest anyone categorize her as a one-trick pony, she decided the stirring deteriorate would be a ideal event to develop a code into weightier new categories such as knits, denim and outerwear, with a cohesive opinion of untroubled effervescence.
In terms of cultured inspiration, a collection drew from a Southwest and western cinema like “Shalako.” Silk Lurex prints fashioned into skirts and dresses, small neck ties, leather epaulets and Western-inspired shirting with delicate resisting patchwork were as tighten to wrangler conform as could be approaching in Constas’ regretful universe. She had her core shirting difficulty as well, that enclosed bestsellers such as low V-necks, off-shoulder cuts and short-sleeve iterations with pompous sleeves, all cut with Italian poplins, prints and star-print jacquards constructed in-house.
The new categories were a many sparkling for fall, providing transitory elements by seasons and expanding a code over jet-set wares. “It’s always sparkling as a engineer when we deliver a new difficulty and people get vehement about it as well,” Constas pronounced during a walk-through. “What a feedback has been is that people have been vehement about a cultured translating into a opposite categories.” Indeed, nonetheless felted nap outerwear was a initial for a brand, it featured residence codes like ruffles and flared sleeves. Hefty denim, too, was cut in a best-selling conformation featuring unclothed shoulders and a plunging V-neck. Mohair knits with sparkles of Lurex and saturated sleeves were totally new, rounding out a dainty habit of mix-and-match separates.