Look how gorgeous” said Francisco Costa, leafing through a tome on the Semina culture of California, the movement of the mid-century literary and art identified (or perhaps created) by Wallace Berman. “They all lived in this community, but the clothes are extraordinary.” Maybe it is, but what comes to be more than any specific message about clothes is one of, sensual unconventional, a little nonchalant, intimidating (some of us can not even dream of that level of cold) . Costa easily captured trust (sans intimidation factor) so that the sixties and seventies were swaying with a shot of attitude stems ninety street, said, “the freshness of Kate at Calvin ..
The clothes ranged from languid to brittle measured with emphasis on collages of knitted fabrics, leathers and suedes and a strong portion of sexy. The selection of Costa edited for the press felt young and very fresh, however, was melted to perfection in the largest collection, much of it is updated in recent bestsellers. “We have a lot of knitwear, pants, jackets,” he said. “Light colors did very well this season so deliberately brought back. It made sense.” Good sense and fashion, also the best type of pre-fall ..!