The runway for the Lisa Perry Spring 2014 show at New York Fashion Week was made to look just like a tennis court, complete with a vibrant green floor and chalk lines. This was the perfect place to host the unveiling of the sporty collection of all-whites. To complete the look, models donned chic wristbands and practical flat white tennis shoes.
Playing off the simple, sporty geometry of circles and rectangles, Perry places geometric cutouts and protrusions in unexpected places on hemlines and necklines. Although the asymmetric hemline is far from a new idea, Perry's execution is architectural and far from soft.
One of the most shocking garments is an all white dress, which would be quite tame if it were not for the three large holes revealing the model's breasts, navel and upper thighs.
Asymmetric Tennis-Inspired Apparel
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