Cut25 By Yigal Azrouël Reflects Female Dancer Physiques

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Jun 3, 2014 • References: style and style
Cut25 by Yigal Azrouël has recently developed from Azrouël's cultural collaboration with Emery LeCrone and contemplating the human form. Not to mention, dancers’ fluid movements dually inspired the collection, reflecting a different approach to the female physique as a result.

Instead of tracing the figure, Azrouël focuses on covering it with sharp, sculptural silhouettes. Still, he manages to keep the overall look sexy and consistent with the DNA of his brand.

He opened his Fall lookbook with a structured bomber coat that merges panels of regular tweed and reflective glass finished tweed. He also incorporates bonded neoprene treatments into sporty sweatshirt dresses and plays up exaggerated volumes with enveloping outerwear items such as draped, funnel-neck topper cuts.