I'm loving the sharp cuts and clean lines in William Tempest's Fall 2009 collection. These angular fashions remind me of origami or papercraft couture, only they're not made of paper.
We've been seeing a rise in angled, avant-garde shapes for ready-to-wear collections. Although the images above are of William Tempest's Fall 2009 runway show, his clothing is available at Browns Fashion exactly as is.
Implications - Clothing designs that cling to the body may have bee favorable in the past are now stepping aside in order to account for more feminine features. Conservative designs are proving to be favorable for consumers who are tired of revealing designs which quickly age.
Papercut Clothing Collections
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