During the Art Noveau emerged as a dominant style. Fluid lines based on nature sought to transport individuals away from an ever-mechanizing world. Here we see a relative of the Ayame (iris) pattern. Leonard Spring 2015 print by Mangin
Crochet Look Cami and black pant. The flowy silk-like fabric of this pant creates beautiful drape down the body that has a lengthening effect. It has soft pockets and a rope tie with tassels on the end.
This rayon challis has a smooth, soft, and cool hand and a wonderful fluid drape. Perfect for drapey or gathered dresses and skirts, tops, and even pants. Fabric has a tie-dye effect. Colors include shades of purple.
Stuart Weitzman SWIFTKEEL. We’re over the rainbow for these statement sandals which pair a Lucite block heel – a SW signature — with a ruched vamp. Wide ankle-wrap straps crafted from sumptuous suede in a contrasting hue lend a color blocked effect. Wear with fluid culottes or an accordion midi skirt. Made in Spain.