Summary: Way before Target, Behnaz Sarafpour won us over with her chic frocks, but it seems everyone is doing the same old dresses these days. Sarfpour clearly wanted to spread her wings and try something new this season. Some of it worked brilliantly and some fell a little short. She began the show with eco-friendly designs using organic cotton, wool and jersey. Then we noticed the footwear which were booties covered in goat fur and we got a little scared. Goat fur then began showing up as stoles and embellishments paired with soft silk dresses for an effect that puzzled us. So did the eyeliner witch looked like the models were punched with purple or yellow paint. Then thankfully the dresses we were waiting for emerged and we were happy again. Our favorite was the crinkled plum and grey shift with a metallic bow. Gorgeous.
Color Palette: white, ivory, cream, yellow, maize, purple, plum, green, heather grey, grey malange, grey, ombre, silver, black,
Textures & Details: organic cotton, organic cotton jersey, wool jersey, organic wool, wool knit, wool cloque, multi weave silk, embroidered wool, silk, silk cashmere, luster satin, crepe de chine, triple chiffon, crushed lame, lurex, crinkle metallic silk, shearling cloth, long hair goat, leaf appliqué, two-tone silk, wood grain, lantern sleeves exposed metal zippers, purple and yellow braided patent skinny belts, goat hair covered booties, heavily rimmed eyes in purple and yellow eyeliner
Key Looks: grey wool cloque and satin dress; black and grey shearling cloth belted car coat; ivory and silver wood grain chemise with pleated back; silver crushed lame pleat front dress with exposed back zipper; black luter satin trench coat with a silver crushed lame necklace dress; plum silk tank ruffle dress; plum and grey crinkle metallic silk bow front dress
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