Lea Peckre Spring Summer 2015 Womenswear Collection

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Designer Lea Peckre too the ongoing Paris Fashion Week to present her very own vision of womenswear for the spring summer 2015 season. Lea has embrace a modern form, moving the boundaries of today’s womenswear. At the same time Peckre is aware of trends to come, sneaking in a few denim outfits.

For her Spring/Summer 2015 collection, LEA PECKRE stretches the line of a multiple woman. Her silhouette – inspired by Nicolas de Staël paintings and the work of Jesus Raphael Soto – balances around contrasts, harmonises between dissonances, plays with the softness and the rigidity of the materials, draws loose volumes worn by an exiguous body. The starting point is a simple man’s t-shirt, which essence infuses the contours of the garment, sometimes strangled by a belt. Only remains a feminity filled with a precise simplicity. The daily aspect of denim, of a classic jacket whose shape lightly tightened like a suit jacket is gradually dissolved in the delicacy of a thermo-bonded tulle skirt, either draped, frowned, or ruffled. The fusion of materials, under the translucent flames reveals the body and its gait. The technical crepe and the elastic tulle: two signatures combined with the 3D stitch – the outcome of several years of work and collaboration with DGE-Seram. – from Lea Peckre

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