A perfectly sculpted collection for the woman of class and beauty, and the woman who isn’t afraid to show a little leg, both women whose stance projects a power limitless to succumbed convictions and a confidence worn to say fuck you to the ill-advised beliefs that the success’ they have proclaimed are not worthy.
The collection by Joseph Altuzarra combined sensuality with sharpness in the professional designs; proper skirt suits and wrapped dresses, with details short of order, high slits and unbuttoned blouses. Channeling the past but integrating the future, the collection offers an array of looks that create a storyline of women’s fashion. From the caged inspired skirts from the renaissance revamped into the modern day pencil, to the 1960’s mod, gingham printed, ensembles mixed in with your modern day sheer overlaid gowns, no line was drawn to pronounce one specific imitation. Though, with many looks through different eras one portrait was clearly painted, that of a confident woman with no limits held near.
-Taylor Faulkner Fashion writer
- Illustrations by Chanelle Siddle