At times I see something on the runway that is purely art and therefore, inspirational. I look at the different ways that particular forms, of fabric, are constructed. It gives texture, shape, and form that can be used as a basis for creating my own items of clothing. So in essence, it is possible to see runway fashion as art inspirations for wearable forms. I took a search to some great street inspirations and some runway looks that could create unique pieces. Take a look and let me know what you think. Street style continued tomorrow:
Lacoste fashionable, yet comfortable, sweater dress is a refreshing splash of color:
I like that the red tone is so magnetic without being overwhelming. The boots, dropped neckline….so global.
Vintage velvet and modern footwear. Standout outfit.
Ralph Lauren gets a nod for pure classics. Sexy hunter meets sophisticated woman.
Naeem Kahn is total true art. Whoever thought of a cropped motorcycle jacket, lots of accesories, and, the little black dress. Brilliant.
Tommy Hilfiger made layers more youthful and great for the shape.
Ronson pairs a great man pant with structured mixes to create a new outfit that is wearable and sophisticated.
Tracy Reese always makes feminine more charming and, appealing.
Marc Jacobs takes drab grey and makes it pop classically and, noticeably.
Thanks to Essence