Sally LaPointe PreFall 2023 Collection

Designer Sally LaPointe used shadows, shapes, and colors to combine fine art with fashion for the pre-fall season, drawing inspiration from the photographs of Vivian Sassen. She is renowned for her distinctive photographs and has an incredible ability to combine fine art and fashion, which I think is similar to a lot of current trends.

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LaPointe created her unique downtown chic meets glam monochromatic ensembles using a palette of sienna, merlot, grape, mustard, black, coral, cream, and periwinkle that was inspired by Sassen’s color scheme. A striking jacquard eyelash fringed outfit even had a colorful mustard and black textured design on it.

The biggest news for the season, other from the bold yet restrained color scheme, was the appearance of casual fabrics that were deftly combined with her trademark megawatt embellishments.

In addition, faux leather was hand-embroidered in India to create the season’s netted trousers, a tiny knit bandeau was styled with playful “loofah” embroidered pants, and signature feathers appeared on poplin shirting. For instance, jackets with low-slung belted trousers were rendered in crinkle vinyl and worn with loose cotton sweaters. In addition, there was also a good balance of denim (great in blossom pink with hand-distressed.

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