Summary: The relationship between the conscience study of research and textures and the everyday woman is the basis of what Trias is conveying for its fourth collection.The ideal of identity and vision is what Trias strains to keep true, without faltering or straying from its original intent.The concept is that in order to sustain a style throughout the years, one must become a sustainable luxury. This makes the main focus become more about the garment's wearablity and style, and less about keeping up ith current trends. With this, it is an easy transition into using high quality fabrics and staying affordable. By combining classic Italian wools as well as Japanese technological fabrics, the result is meant to be a modern and contemporary style that will last through the ages. Seeing the collection first hand, though it was very well tailored, the colors seemed to really bring the mood down. It almost contradicts what the collection itself is all about. The collection still works but comes dangerously close to becoming a single note.
Color Palette: pearl grey, cigar brown, moon grey, metal grey, metal black, turquoise, scottish green
Fabric & Textures: twill, italian wool, suede, twill crepe, technological Japanese, silk
Key Looks: Cigar brown belseta sleeveless conical dress, gloves, metal grey suede belt and suede pumps; Scottish green ponge short twisted sleeve short dress, schottish green double apribile pleated sleeves coat, grey scarf and suede pumps; Retro blue wool blouse dress, grey suede belt and suede pumps
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