The Josh Goot Spring/Summer 2014/2015 collection finds beauty in simplicity. Known for his use of kaleidoscopic prints and vivid color combinations, the Australian designer tones down his signature aesthetic and opts for pure minimalism in his latest line of dresses, separates and light-weight outerwear staples.
Based in Sydney, Josh Goot has replaced his go-to digital prints with a range of monochromatic textile pairings that feature subtly gridded elements. Black-and-white garments are accented with tiled patterns and subtle piping details in this clean and sophisticated showing.
The Josh Goot Spring/Summer 2014/2015 defies expectation thanks to the designer's focus on subtlety rather than eccentricity. The toned down collection looks to 20th century futurism for inspiration and embodies the meaning of modern elegance to a tee.
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