The Extinct FW 2012 Collection is Refined and Ambiguous

By: Sophia Pelka - Published: • References: extinct.au & fashionising
The Extinct FW 2012 collection was unveiled at the L’Oreal Melbourne fashion festival. The line boasted ensembles which could easily be marketable as unisex. Each piece is clean and precise with tailored lines and basic hues. The collection is casual, yet highly sophisticated. The staple pieces include jewel-toned blazers and electric yellow pants.

Designer Simon Foretti started Extinct in 1999. The company site boasts of the constant "pursuit of the perfect fit." With fabrics from New Zealand, Australia and Italy, the company is on the right track to achieving its goal. The FW 2012 collection frequents slouchy fits and breezy tops. The hand full of pieces are elegant and strong, befitting both male and female styles.

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