Saturday, September 20, 2014

Stella Jean SS15

Stella Jean SS15 
Milan Fashion Week
(photos: Style.com; Binzento)
Stella Jean often brings her deep Caribbean root into her work. Like past seasons, the colorful Haitians’ art-inspired schemes continue to flourish in the latest SS15 collection, revealing the sense of kindness, sincerity and respect of her culture. Hand-painted patterns by native Haitians, imprinted on modern doll-like silhouettes, with eye popping colors that for those who has a cheerful personality would not resist.

In particular, the addition of sporty jerseys coupled with ethnically inspired designs is quite refreshing. The familiar giraffe-print detail in some of the pieces may not seem like a new idea, but it overall creates a focus of the look, and a balanced point that diverges the complex patterns that are present. The final introduction of one-piece swimsuits is somewhat a good surprise. Personally, the collection and the concept behind it show promising potentials to the Asian market.

Though some may say that Jean has been too comfortable working around the same concept of connecting her Haiti background into her work, the current affair is by far to me is the most interesting to date – she is progressively mastering the Haitian’s art and become an expert of her trade.



Complete Stella Jean SS15 looks on Style.com

Backstage photos by Binzento
 
 


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