The J. Mendel Pre-Fall 2014 collection shakes up the monochromatic palette that is extremely popular for this season by replacing white with silver. Although it continues to adheres to this current fashion fad, the collection manages to stand out beautifully. Of course, this is due in large part to the sculptural shapes and stunning patterns worked into the line as well.
Inspired by the 'spring girl,' the designer notes about the J. Mendel Pre-Fall 2014 collection, "So there’s a lot of play between light and heavy fabric." There are also some vibrant hints of color thrown into the mix in the form of a mustard coat with fur trimmings and rich red gown. Overall, the line strikes a balance between easy silhouettes and opulent fabrics to appeal to many urban women.
Silver-Centered Fashion Lines
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Edgy '50s-Inspired Fashion
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