The Natacha Talay Summer 2011 Line is Artistically Alluring

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: • References: vogue.it & trendland.net
With the launch of her second womenswear collection underway this Spring/Summer 2011 season, Natacha Talay has released a lookbook that epitomizes a major trend for the season: simple yet bold graphic prints. Her designs are the perfect mix between retro 90s flavor, which has seen a massive resurgence in the fashion world in recent years, and modern chic.

According to Trendland, "the sensual androgynous looks are inspired by her love of art, nature, the Orient and black and white movies."

Unusual, but in the best of ways, the collection is full of personality and original flavor, despite its monochromatic colour palette. The eye-catching graphics, various textures and layering all make the collection unique.

When describing her personal style and inspiration, Talay explains, “I like a chic minamist style that is refined and experimental at the same time. And sometimes it’s even a bit retro.”

With its use of all that is up and coming in the fashion world, the Natacha Talay Spring/Summer 2011 lookbook is definitely one to look out for this season! Stats for Gorgeous Graphic Lookbooks Trending: Older & Buzzing
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