Today I bing you the best looks from the latest Derek Lam 10 Crosby spring-summer 2015 season collection of ready to wear womenswear. The lower-priced line comes with a great combination and balance of feminine and masculine, ease and structured, simplicity and maximalism, etc. The next year's collection is inspired by artists Sigrid Sandstrom and Fred Free. Vice president of design Liz Giardina offers us cropped patch-pocket jackets, bonded crepe jackets, two-in-one dresses, vest ensembles, cool tank tops, fluttery midi skirts, fluid matching trousers, etc. The following looks come with neutral color palette and soft hues. I think you have already noticed some touches of military, which proves that it's still in style next season, though this trend is more blurred now, giving classic military a more clever twist.
That's a nice, sporty outfit, which features a black modern cut top and high-waisted tailored, track pants.
Here we see a khaki-green cropped, field jacket (looks very masculine and military) which is worn with gorgeous black dress:
Here we see a crinkled turquoise, collarless dress cinched at the waist with a brown, leather belt:
That's another stunning look, which features a Safari, khaki, collarless, cropped jacket with patch pockets worn with a casual top tucked in high-waisted, belted, knife-pleated, below the knee pale-pink skirt:
How about this awesome, evening black sleeveless maxi dress cinched at the waist with a black leather belt:
That's a perfect business attire for young entrepreneurs like you, it includes a collarless, scuba white blazer worn atop V-neck white blouse tucked in a leather, khaki wrap skirt (love the following cuffed, red sandals):
Fashion model appears in a totally white outfit, which has a contemporary look and comes with a knife-pleated top:
Another totally white look, which includes a formal tank top paired with wide, pleated trousers:
The white cape-like, high-neck top is worn with pale pink knife-pleated skirt: