F/W 2012/2013 // CALVIN KLEIN / WOMEN

Francisco Costa, designer Calvin Klein is known for his minimalist approach and AW 2012-13 does not deviate from this propensity. It prefers a monochromatic palette in shades of onyx, parchment, flint, poppy and sienna using to build leaders by rounded silhouettes in wool technology, including collarless coats with wide shoulders and cocoon shapes. Playing with textures, offers dresses sheath dress in wool flannel colored flint and shaved shearling garments together with onyx-colored silk with detailed stitching and mesh panels. While some leaders have decidedly feminine allure - see the rounded sides of a long wool coat to the knee or the hourglass silhouette created by the big silver belt beaten - others have almost architectural lines. Some dresses are characterized by a trapezoidal laser cut with added pleats while you live in wool sheath technique or leather are enriched by two pence. Costa has also enjoyed exploring the length of the calf at the end by bringing down the catwalk in a series of elegant silk dresses embroidered. 8+

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