Summary: As expected Twinkle by Wenlan was entertaining, but what we didn’t expect was the added sophistication to this season’s collection. And we were pleased. Wenlan admits to exploring new realms for Fall 2008 borrowing from the best of menswear and transforming it into feminine sporty looks. A look she called "Victor/Victoria." The very wearable line was a mix of lightweight airy silks mixed with her chunky trademark Twinkle knits
which made for a cohesive silhouette that we have not seen from the designer before. Was it groundbreaking? No, but considering the line is usually a little young in it’s aesthetic, this was new frontier.
Color Palette: white, cream, stone, fig, red, maritime, willow, eclipse, tusk, gunmetal, grey, charcoal, navy, ink blue, espresso, black
Textures & Details: tweed, herringbone, wool, wool cashmere, mohair, silk charmuese, silk georgette, knits, pinstripe, jacquard, ombre, burnout, pebbling, pointelle, snow fox print, brushstroke print, sketchbook print, lashscape print, patent leather, bubble hem, bustiers, bat sleeve, long knitted scarves
Key Looks: willow wool cashmere cropped chunky sweater over an asymmetrical geometric tunic and cropped capri; oversized slouch mohair sweater; tweed cowl neck bomber jacket and maritime and willow pointelle knitted dress; eclipse twill bustier dress with silk georgette Snow fox print sleeve insert; ribbed front espresso mini dress; black and oxford tuxedo intarsia sweater with a black duchess trimmed grey wool skirt; navy jacquard drop neckline blouse with origami pockets with herringbone ankle pants; ombre studded sleeveless dress witha black patent leather zipper belt; black burnout charmuese and patent leather dressSee the Top Ten Summer 2016 Trends for Women Over 40
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