Summary: "Fashion as a Short-Story Collection" was the theme of Tuleh's Spring 2010 runway show, with wearable vignettes that proved the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Upbeat, feminine sportswear was predominantly a collection of separates, with well done but basic pants, shorts and
skirts taking a backseat to more creative tops. Particularly lovely were the backless blouses with bishop sleeves, and the hooded tunics and dresses that seemed more sexy than sporty. Even the most girlie pieces–like a strapless marigold dress with tiered skirt–succeeded in being beautiful without looking saccharin. Color–ranging from baby pink to bright tangerine orange–was present, but almost seemed beside the point.
The debut bridal collection was sweetly subversive, with looks that included a bustier paired with short-shorts and a hooded jersey gown.
Color Palette: Gold, ivory, cream, peach, orange, maroon, baby pink, hot pink, turquoise, chartreuse, gray.
Fabrics & Textures: Silk, leather, jersey
Key Looks: Black, geometric print blouse with bishop sleeves, high neck and open back; orange silk trench coat; ivory hooded jersey gown with side gathers; ivory pleated wedding gown
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