Masculine Sport Luxe Basics In Mother of Pearl Resort

Please welcome resort collection from Mother of Pearl. The pre-spring appears to be masculine, sport-luxe, fun-printed and embellished outfits. We see touches of Edwardian era and wartime workwear motifs. But still, every single piece features pragmatic functionality, what makes MoP to be a standout brand. I have gathered my favorite looks what feature printed silk track pantsuits, workwear-inspired jackets, easy-moving pleated dresses, robe coats and my favorite combo sneaker sole slipper sandals worn with socks. Personally, I like the relaxed and mannish vibe of the presented outfits.

Masculine Sport Luxe Basics In Mother of Pearl Resort 2019

We see model who is wearing a fully dark blue colored sporty pantsuit, what consists of a tailored jacket, basic tee tucked in high-rise cuffed trousers. The look is completed thanks to dark blue leather tote and white socks styled with slippers.

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Preppy Vintage Looks In Mother of Pearl Pre-Fall

Let's welcome Mother of Pearl debut pre-fall collection of women's transitional apparel. Amy Powney was inspired by Wes Anderson movie entitled 'Moonrise Kingdom,' namely by the way Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, and Edward Norton were styled in this movie. There is kind of Boy Scout influence, various animals and insects embellishments, like those scarab motifs. I personally feel the athletic inspired attitude, which is completed by high-top sneakers and black creepers embellished with florals. All in all, it's a very qualitative apparel, that features amazing shapes and lengths.

Preppy Vintage Looks In Mother of Pearl Pre-Fall 2019

That's a perfect, A-line camel coat in thick stripes on the bottom, including dark blue, white and black.

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Mother of Pearl Fall-Winter Relaxed and Feminine

Let's welcome this wallpaper print Autumn-Winter collection from Mother of Pearl. Label's creative director Amy Powney was inspired by Pre-Raphaelites movement, especially by William Morris florals, while some of the prints (including unicorn) were created by New York City-based artist Richard Saja. You are about to see rich floral prints, including tulips, daisies, vines and roses, as well as sporty shapes. My personal favorites from the show are printed sweatshirts, evening ensembles, silk shirts and sheer organza skirts. All in all, it's a bold collection with romantic touches and relaxed, feminine silhouettes.

Mother of Pearl Fall-Winter Relaxed and Feminine 2019
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Mother of Pearl Spring-Summer Relaxed Hawaiian Style

What will happen if you will mix bold stripes, tropical fruits and flowers with a relaxed Hawaiian style aesthetic, well I think you will get the latest Spring-Summer collection of Mother Of Pearl. I personally felt in love with those playful silhouettes, qualitative fabrics. My personal favorites from the lookbook are pleated leather skirts, intarsia sweaters, bejeweled candy striped satin bowling shirts, relaxed cropped trousers,boxy jackets, ruffled tops, knitted trumpet skirts. The upcoming season was made in collaboration with London based artist Mat Collishaw (who is well known for his photographs and videos), thanks to him Mother of Pearl used series of bold prints that were inspired by nature world. Label's creative director Maia Norman and head designer Amy Powney offer us quirky vibrant fruits and tropical floral motifs.

Mother of Pearl Spring-Summer Relaxed Hawaiian Style 2019
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London Fashion Week: Mother of Pearl Autumn-Winter Lookbook

Let's take a look at the sportiness feel in the latest Mother of Pearl Fall-Winter collection's lookbook. Label's creative director and Californian surfer girls Maia Norman has always been inspired by works of artists and this time she chose Polly Morgan's surrealist taxidemy creations. Love the sophistication of each outfit. Here you will find printed silk shirts, little silk tanks with elasticized waists, patio pants in silk georgette, white piqué blouses, marine-striped tops and athletic footwear like classic rubber-soled slip-ons. My favorite look is sleeveless peplumed top over pencil skirt, it looks dressy yet casual.

London Fashion Week: Mother of Pearl Autumn-Winter Lookbook 2019
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Mother of Pearl Resort Unexpected Prints

If you want to see resort collection which is full of unexpected prints, including floral prints, geometric and animal prints, then all that can be found in Mother of Pearl pre-spring lookbook. For its resort season Mother of Pearl has collaborated with London based artist duo Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings, thanks to this duo, the label showcases those geometric aesthetic and colors. Pre-season is full of daywear dresses and separates. Well, what else can I say, it's bright, funny and modern.

Mother of Pearl Resort Unexpected Prints 2019

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Mother of Pearl spring-summer Floral Prints lookbook

Floral Prints and Bold Colors. Every season Mother of Pearl collaborates with different well known artist to create something new, fresh and astonishing, saving and maintaining few key silhouettes. This spring-summer season brand has cooperated with multimedia artist Francesco Simeti, creating something new, ladylike and tailored.

As you already noticed, the things are shaken up this summer season, so you will see his masterpiece wallpaper prints on tailored jackets, floor-length skirts, ruffled skirts and dresses. I love the baroque quality of these prints. All in all, this collection is a mix of sport style with elegance.

Mother of Pearl spring-summer Floral Prints lookbook 2019
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Mother of Pearl Fall-Winter Look Book For Women

Elegant Women's Relaxed Wear. Mother of Pearl showcases its Autumn-Winter collection of women's fabulous wear. New season is so artistic, as collection was made in a collaboration with New York based artist Fred Tomaselli. The art world influenced the garments so much, as we can see beautiful hypersonic image prints featuring on suits, skirts, dresses and sweaters.

Mother of Pearl Fall-Winter Look Book For Women 2019

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