The Theyskens' Theory Spring 2013 Collection Focused on Shades

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Sep 11, 2012 • References: theyskenstheory & fashionologie
Boasting a delectably colorless palette, Theyskens' Theory Spring 2013 collection was luxuriantly sleek.

Ricardo Tisci declared that "We need to go back to zero and rebuild the wardrobe, just like when you repaint a room." A clear indication of the way that fashion was heading, the quote certainly rings true for spring with this stunning collection by Oliver Theyskens. Almost entirely monochromatic, the underlying motif of this collection was one of understated luxury.

As a true aficionado of shades over color, my dark sensibilities were appealed to by this divine collection. The focus on tailoring and textile is very modish and in tune with the return of minimalism. Every single exit from this collection is entirely wearable and complimented by the bed head of each model. The laid back appeal gives an air of casual elegance that is inimitable and a definite sign of sublime taste. Stats for Chic Colorless Collections Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 609 clicks in 193 w
Interest: 1.9 minutes
Concept: Theyskens' Theory Spring 2013 Collection
Related: 116 examples / 89 photos
Segment: Females, 18-55
Comparison Set: 42 similar articles, including: sleek dystopian editorials, melancholy shore shoots, and gothic grunge ensemble detailing.