I want to share with you some awesomeness which can be found in the latest Fall-Winter 2015-2016 pre-collection made by Rosetta Getty, by the way it's her first pre-fall. Designer was inspired by the work of architect Louis Kahn (cutouts and asymmetric hemlines came with a sense of dimension and playfulness with shapes) and the artist Louise Bourgeois (textural richness in cashmere corduroy creations). It seems like American sportswear trend comes back with modern effortlessness and clean-lined apparel. What really catches my eyes is the sense of ease that defines every element of the showcased clothes. Speaking of fabrics, then you gonna find here quilted wool/silk, ribbed hand-knit cashmere and Japanese cotton. Of course, here are shown some concept looks, which are far away from functionality, though I like her main focus on wearability. Here are presented plenty of sophisticated, very simple and clean looks.
That's a cool color-blocking wrap style turtleneck teamed with a mini black skirt and worn with glossy, black flat shoes.
That's a stunning cherry-red outfit that includes a wide-leg trousers and long coat.
Here is shown a graphic plaid wool shirt that features a long back detail that goes down the legs. The shirt is tucked in wide cream brown pants.
We see a brown camel colored jacket styled with a high, wide neck ribbed and hand-knit cashmere sweater and teamed with high-waisted, pleated wide pants.
Dusted brown long coat covers a blush shirt tucked in light camel corduroy wide pants.
Here we see a graphic plaid wool top that features a sashlike detail that drapes around the neck. Top is teamed with slouchy plaid pants. Love these black patent slip-ons with white soles.
A slouchy, rib-knit pale white sweater is paired with ankle-length plaid pants.
Mink high neck shawl in black color looks pretty awesome with tailored sleeveless top and wide trousers.