Wax prints and cotton that becomes a canvas on which to paint in naive style Haitian 50s: Spring-Summer 2015 collection by Stella Jean is lively and tropical.
It is an explosion tropical and naive Spring-Summer 2015 collection Stella Jean presented at the Milan Fashion Week. One that of summer rather than an interpretation of fashion-and a proposal for-is an allegory, and who have the power to only look at them in a good mood.
The S / S 2015 Haitian naive and Stella Jean
Because the young Italian-Haitian designers proposed a 2015 ss rich in colors, patterns, patterns and materials. In cuts and silhouettes more or less subtle or abundant, on the catwalk, often kept alive by colored bands, skirts long-from pencil skirt to shorts – and short – more than abundant, allegrissime, bells-, shirt dresses, pants or long calf, shorts, kimono jackets, oversized t-shirts that become dresses and other rugby that reinforce the boyish mood of tartan mermaid skirt is then combined.
Palette S/S 2015
The palette is on: orange, yellow, indigo, blue, light blue, green water and light mint green,red raspberry, white mix in wax prints that are now a classic Stella Jean, in silk and satin embellished with forms and templates applied – flora and fauna, especially -, in landscape, in rows, in polka dots and the animal. But especially in the scenes of the tropics not only reproduce the atmosphere, but reproduce the ‘naive art fifties, with cotton that becomes the canvas on which to paint landscapes and people. Patterns and colors for spring-summer 2015 Stella Jean combines – and indeed approaches and does collide-freely: goodbye to dictate who wants a neutral head near one so whimsical.
Fruits and animals as accessories
Finally, the accessories become animated and funny co-stars. From shoes and sandals to the grants, which are hand-turned and twisted lively prints, belts, to colorful earrings and necklaces all fruits, monkeys, tropical elements.