Entitled 'See Change', the Verner Spring/Summer 2014 lookbook evokes a sporty and utilitarian womenswear aesthetic. Challenging a variety of traditional gender roles, the label's Melbourne-based designer Ingrid Verner looked to her nation for inspiration when creating this line of androgynous nomad attire.
The Verner Spring/Summer 2014 collection catalog examines the contrasts between city and coastal life in Australia and introduces nomad-inspired garments and accessories to the label's fashion-forward consumer base.
Highlighting delicate textile prints, oversized garment silhouettes and veiled headwear accessories that are fit for a desert wanderer, this lookbook promotes fashion that is comfortable for its wearer. The versatile womenswear line boasts a vanguard and androgynous aesthetic and promotes a bold new vision of femininity.
Vanguard Nomad Attire
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