Oh so groovy, so outa sight, and so far out. You can literally think of any 70’s term and it would fit perfectly in the description of what the Katie Eary collection says. You can also piece in a little excitement into your sentince as well, reffering to the playful mixes that build the wit. Piece signs, suede, denim on denim, bell sleeves, you name any 70’s classic piece, and it was probably in there. It was colorful and it very much caught glimpse, hell got caught in, the free-spirit era, but it was still very much fit for the times of today. Sunny hues decorated ornate prints, made up of mixtures of peace signs, safari leaves, and skinned fish. And as odd as the combination sounds, it meshed, so well to where you weren’t quite aware of what the prints really instilled. It was the closer you looked into the designs, to where you saw the single implications. The women of the show came through with glittered face paint, like the reflections of a disco ball.
- Taylor Faulkner Fashion writer
- Illustrations by Doryanna Popa