I'd like to share with you Materiel by George Keburia Autumn-Winter 2014-2015 season's collection of women's contemporary fashion garments. All the looks were made by young designer who's name is George Keburia. We see stunning, layered looks with asymmetric cuts, exaggerated shapes and tailored shapes. Every outfit looks professional, comfortable and fashion forward. I personally find the following outfits to be very functional and modern. Each look comes with clean and classic silhouette shapes, which are updated with various cuts and perfect accents. If you are looking for original and unique pieces, then I advice you to take a closer look at the following staples.
The wavy slicked back hair model looks eye-catching wearing a wrap, belted tailored coat with no sleeves, which is worn atop black skirt.
That's an original outfit, which consists of a contempoary outerwear with one elongated part and the other is knitted. I like the following wide leg, shortened pants.
The knitted, tailored top looks sophisticated teamed with below-the-knee skirt.
T-shirt dress has a shapeless silhouette. I like the paneled stripes on this black gown:
The loose-fit buttoned cardigan is styled with a skinny belt and it is worn atop white shift.
The tailored, black pullover in green patch stripes is worn atop wide-leg shortened trousers.
The following outfit has a masculine look. Here we see a tailored, black jacket worn atop silken top tucked in asymmetric cut skirt and teamed with peep-toe long boots in black leather.
That's what I call office inspired outfit. Here we see light grey separates, including elongated, light-grey suit jacket, white blouse tucked in high-waisted, pleated, below-the-knee skirt and peep-toe leather boots.
Another creative, sleeveless outerwear piece, which comes in black color, where one part is elongated and the other one comes in short length. The sleeveless jacket is styled with grey, tailored skirt and leather boots.
Here we see a robe-like silken, wrap cardigan belted at the waist and worn atop silken shift.