Mother’s Day With Paule KA

When a collection is inspired by a great artist’s work, you know it will be a masterpiece. Escher – the muse behind the line – is mathematically motivated; a trait clearly reflected in Maison PAULE KA’s Spring /Summer 2016 collection. Evident in its smooth silhouettes, clean outlines and geometric patterns.16E118SF32_999_2Following that subject, a puzzle like check pattern is the main theme of the collection decorating coats, skirts and dresses. The designs range from both minute to exaggerated dimensions adding a pop art movement to the mix.

As for the colour palette; mixing pink and blue pastels, bright yellow and deep green breaks the monotony of an otherwise monochromatic base. Also breaking the uniformity of the geometry is the multitude of fabrics used, such as cotton canvasses, batik jacquard and pebbled leather.

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All signatures of the season highlight the ultra modern element of the collection by including sizable tricolour stripes. Even the symbolic bow follows suit by adopting sharp laser cut outlines.

The silhouettes although minimal, stay true to the feminine outline. This comes through with the use of imaginative materials like seersucker, faille and batik. They’re as distinctive as ever.

Maison PAULE KA’s prized pieces; dresses, have also been revamped with shorter lines and different fits. The strapless dress is back with a bang. Below the knee length of belted and straight dresses gave character to both styles giving some French-Riviera –meets- Andy- Warhol-chic. Remaining true to PAULE KA’s style certain dresses played mix and match with colours or fabrics. The materials- confidently mixed, also radiated glamour in evening wear dresses.

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All signatures of the season highlight the ultra modern element of the collection by including sizable tricolour stripes. Even the symbolic bow follows suit by adopting sharp laser cut outlines.

The silhouettes although minimal, stay true to the feminine outline. This comes through with the use of imaginative materials like seersucker, faille and batik. They’re as distinctive as ever.

Maison PAULE KA’s prized pieces; dresses, have also been revamped with shorter lines and different fits. The strapless dress is back with a bang. Below the knee length of belted and straight dresses gave character to both styles giving some French-Riviera –meets- Andy- Warhol-chic. Remaining true to PAULE KA’s style certain dresses played mix and match with colours or fabrics. The materials- confidently mixed, also radiated glamour in evening wear dresses.

The entire collection offers an adaptable wardrobe that will elegantly take you from day to night. Small dresses in fresh fabrics, pantsuits in transformed shapes and printed tops with ultra graphics can be dressed up or down to offer you a array of day and evening options.

Reminiscent yet modern; this seasons accessories leave you wanting every last piece. Elegant flat sandal and stunning TRAPEZE two-tone handbags will give any look sheer confidence in the most playfully feminine light.

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