Los Angeles Fashion Week: Phlemuns RTW FALL 2016
March 20, 2016 - fall Denim
James Flemons took a pointy spin down a new trail for fall.
The Los Angeles designer, who in a past has delighted himself with pale palettes and tweaking classical silhouettes for his unisex Phlemuns line, relied heavily on confidant patterns and colors for fall.
Models strutted their approach down a runway to a song of Deee-Lite, a early Nineties song organisation Flemons used as a troubadour of sorts for a season. “The categorical impulse was a music…and only their personal character all total together, contrary prints and patterns and afterwards their take on a Nineties, desirous by a Seventies,” Flemons said.
As if mixing patterns weren’t adequate (one demeanour featured dual khaki-yellowish plaids over a intolerable pink-orange-red print), a engineer also created a apparition of mixed panoply within a singular piece, such as a shirt stoical of several layers or a midi-length weave dress with a vest. There were also a minidresses that looked like jumpers layered over long-sleeved tops and a plaid peasant-style dress, soothing nap puffer jackets and vests, reworked denim and peg-leg pants.