PAULE KA Fall/Winter 2014

Paule Ka Fall/Winter 2014
By Butterboom Writers  /  September 1, 2014

Inspired by modern art, PAULE KA’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection is an exhibit of colour changes, textures, harmonies, fluid shapes and movement. For inspiration, creative designer Serge Cajfinger turned to different museums around the world – from New York to Paris – to create a collection that explores smooth, round-shape cuts made out of luxurious fabrics to create contrasting effects. The collection has a sense of richness with fabrics like hammered silk satin and sheepskin. To keep it contemporary, Cajfinger explored graphic lines combined with fluidity, so each piece is a contradiction in movement as well as rigidity. The Fall/Winter 2014 collection is a monochrome collection featuring a palette of blacks and blues highlighted by white.

Launched in 1987, PAULE KA features avant-garde pieces as imagined by Cajfinger, who was born in France but spent his entire childhood in Brazil. Both countries – with their culture and heritage – serve as inspiration for Cajfinger.

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Where to buy?

  • Shop 218, Pacific Place, Admiralty, Hong Kong. Tel: 2813 7381
  • Shop 108, Chater House, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2868 2099
  • 3/F, Harvey Nichols, Landmark Atrium Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2523 0233

Photo credits: PAULE KA


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