Mary Katrantzo Pre-Fall 2016

By Lau  /  January 21, 2016

For a designer whose work is known to be highly creative, Mary Katrantzo Pre-Fall 2016 collection is striking with an array of dreamlike prints that resembles wearable art. Inspired by 1960s science fiction books (particularly writings by American Authors Isaac Asimov and Philip K. Dick), this distinctive theme was evident in Katrantzou’s pre-fall collection with metallic fabrics in knits, silk jacquards and laser cut of diamonds folded like origami and fastened together with a tiny coil (which isn’t visible on the pictures). Dresses, tops and trousers are feminine with intricate details mimick waves, rays and ripples to creating the illusion of an embossed surface. We love the pleated details which was striking with  horizontal stripes and diagonal rainbows prints. Sound unduly complex? Don’t worry, this collection is creativity with a dreamy futuristic feel and definitely wearable.




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