February 20, 2013

Glossy Accents In The Meadham Kirchhoff Fall/Winter 2013 Collection

For the Fall/Winter 2013 season, Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff imagined a collection for the woman who isn’t afraid to showcase her femininity and sexuality through a darker aesthetic.

Silhouettes with an apparent innocence came with a tough allure – a sailor skirt, for instance, was accentuated with shiny black vinyl inserts, while a Chanel-esque tweed jacket was worn over an outfit made up of a bra and pants in luscious black PVC.

Black vinyl, with its deliciously glossy texture, was used unsparingly throughout the collection, punctuating various looks, from coats to jackets and skirts adorned with rubberised lace.

The fantasy of textures was completed by a set of silver brocade outfits and a series of velvet dresses with ample skirts and floor-length hemlines, accentuated with white lace collars, for a distinctly luxurious and refined effect.

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