For pre-fall, Paris-based designer Sharon Wauchob was inspired by the late 1960's references, including Jeanloup Sieff’s intriguing photographs of Charlotte Rampling and Jane Birkin. I felt in love with these 1970's bohemian chic looks with toned-down and fluid shapes and free-spirited feminine details. Wauchob mixes sheer whites and blacks with lovely and delicate lace. Her slightly flared silhouettes are updated with chain, fur and fringe details. I am excited to share with you review of my the favorite creations from her pre-fall lookbook.
We see a beautiful tailored black coat with chain details. There is kind of uniform look in this staple.
Fringed fur black poncho looks awesome paired with white three-quarter-length pants, which are wider at the bottom. I love the heeled Oxfords.
That's a fantastic navy, glossy leather jacket with fur details styled with a black asymmetric dress with fringe details.
Another awesome leather jacket with fur details on the shoulders in brown color. It's worn atop jacquard print dress.
Black tailored jacket for street wear is updated with zippers and sheepskin detailed collar looks fantastic with a relaxed shape midi skirt.
Dark brown trench coat is a modern cover-up which reminds me of a Matrix movie. Love the fur patch pockets.