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Tom Ford’s Spring collection references ’60’s fashion in a less Edie/bohemian way and a more sophisticated, Hitchcock sense: styled, taut and cool. With recent cinematic interest in the director in the form of “Hitchcock”, released last month, and “The Girl” in December, small wonder style pundits and designers alike have taken inspiration from the Hitchcock blondes, with their glacial beauty and immaculate dress sense. Get the look with our Cymbelline blouse: its dainty peter pan collar and butter-wouldn’t -melt sheer soft lilac scream femme fatale like nothing else! Platinum hair optional, of course.
In celebration of the release of our very Twiggy-like “Cymbelline” dress and blouse, we are turning to the 1960’s and creating a glorious technicoloured spring 2013.
Hints of ’60’s past can be revisited in myriad ways: bright pop pieces with bold colouring (more of that next week!) a la Moschino; graphic and op-art prints in monochromic contrast worn mod style – thank you Michael Kors – and Marc Jacobs’ tone setting Edie Sedgwick inspired spring collection with a black and white t-shirt worn over hotpants with a platinum bob.
A-line mini’s are also relevant this spring and continue the vibe into summer. Our Cymbelline dress (pictured) is key to the ’60’s trend, being both A-line and short in design.