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The Stella Jean Spring 2014 Collection is All About Clashing Prints

By: Farida Helmy - Published: • References: stellajean.it & honestlywtf
The Stella Jean Spring 2014 collections is just as merry and print-focused as ever. Probably having been a mixologist of sorts in another life, the Italian-Haitian designer mixes vintage and modern prints to create both elegantly chic and totally unexpected pieces for her new spring collection.

All about vibrant hues and rich patterns, the Joie de vivre can be strongly felt in the Stella Jean Spring 2014 collection. The collection features 50s-inspired petticoat skirts, pencil skirts, long trumpeted hobble skirts and a kaleidoscopic combination of Hawaiian prints, French Breton stripes, West African wax prints, English gingham and Indonesian batik.

The eye-catching collection references vintage Cuba with its colorful head wrap accessories and Mexico with its Frida Kahlo-inspired, oversized flowers.

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