The Jolet FW 2012 collection was released at the L’Oreal Melbourne fashion festival. The Australian company showcased feminine, romantic pieces with heavy attention on silhouette and patterning. The line is detail-oriented with subtle tailoring techniques, which lends the series a contemporary edge.
Jolet Ucchino is inspired by her experience in graphic design, applying her digital skills to the motif of the FW collection. Many of the pieces feature a stacked-villa image, with brilliant pastels and a white-washed feel. The designer is inspired by moods and aims to evoke certain intangible emotions from the audience. This line evokes a hesitant curiosity which ultimately leads to youthful spontaneity.
With beachy undertones and quietly sartorial structuring, the Jolet FW 2012 collection is perfect for the fashionista who needs a change of pace.
Pastel Villa Jumpsuits
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