Cerre Fall 2014 Features Sumptuous Coats and Architectural Pleats

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: May 30, 2014 • References: style and style
Husband and wife duo Clayton and Flavie Webster have created the Cerre Fall 2014 Collection in response to their growing fascination with lambskin biker jackets and handcrafted Melrose Avenue atelier. The West Coast brand has been tapped by an A-list costume designer named Trish Summerville to create hundreds of custom pieces for a number of Hollywood blockbusters.

This year, however, focuses on a comparatively relaxed silhouette with high-waisted, wide-legged trousers and slouchy suiting separates that gave off a confident, androgynous vibe attributed to Katharine Hepburn.

Elsewhere, they cut more feminine pieces from menswear-inspired materials that didn't feel too precious. A one-shouldered black dress and circle skirt is both flattering and asymmetric, coming in a luxe felted wool with a windowpane-check poncho. Outerwear is a particular strength with standouts like sumptuous coats and subtle architectural pleats.